Playing it cool on their porch in New London
Antonia Herrera, center, sits on her porch Friday evening with grandchildren Dalina Herrara, 10, left, Elvis Herrera, 6, right, and friend Candelaria Casia, not shown, all of New London. The group came outside to try to stay as cool as possible since it was too warm to stay indoors.
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