Firefighters carry iced IVs to help fight the heat
The emergency crews carried them to help them rehydrate and lower their body temperature at the same time
PHOENIX, Ariz. — The only way to beat this triple digit heat is to go indoors, but for firefighters out on a call, that’s not always an option.
"Summers are always rough," said Phoenix Fire Captain Larry Nunez. "It never gets easy."
On Wednesday, a Glendale firefighter had to be rushed to the hospital after showing signs of a heat-related illness.