Sadly the heat wave that finally left us last night took one New Yorker with it. Nationally the unrelenting heat that gave New York one of its hottest days ever has been blamed for 34 deaths but locally there only appears to be one: a 94-year-old Brooklyn woman.

The victim, whose name has not been released, officially died of "Hyperthermia due to exposure to high environmental temperature with underlying natural disease," according to the Medical Examiner's Office. It is unclear if the woman had A.C. or if her home in Brooklyn was affected by Con Ed's brownouts. She died on Saturday, when the temperature rose to a record-breaking 100°.

May she be the only one this year.