This July will likely be the hottest ever record by the city, with a series of stifling heat waves. Now it's reported that another person has died from the heat. According to the Wall Street Journal, the ME's office announced a 22-year-old Brooklyn man died this past weekend, "The man, who wasn't publicly identified by authorities, died Sunday of hyperthermia, or exposure to high environmental heat, Ellen Borakove, a spokeswoman for the city Medical Examiner, said Monday. Earlier this month, a 70-year-old Queens man and a 46-year-old woman, also from Queens, were found to have died of a combination of natural disease and hyperthermia, Ms. Borakove said."