Another apparent heat-related death has been reported in St. Louis County, bringing the total in that area to four this year.
The St. Louis County Medical Examiner said a 73-year-old woman is the latest person in the County thought to have succumbed to the heat.
The woman, who lived on Wayside Dr. in Ferguson, was found July 28, but may have been dead for as long as two weeks, according to the medical examiner's office.
Air conditioning was off and the windows shut in the home where the woman was found.
Cleanup operations are ongoing in St. Louis as the region recovers from the worst tornado in over 40 years.
Lambert St. Louis Airport will be back up to 100 percent capacity by tomorrow.
Airport officials have relocated American airlines into the unused D Concourse. This is after hundreds of windows were blown out and severe damage to the roof of the C Concourse.
Zero deaths and only minor injuries were reported.
In the nearby town of Ferguson, Peter Menke owns one of nearly 800 homes that have been condemned because of storm damage.
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