Hundreds had heat-related problems at Toby Keith tornado relief concert

usnews.nbcnews.com Published: July 8, 2013

Nearly 1,300 people were treated for heat-related problems Saturday at a benefit concert for Oklahoma tornado victims, a hospital spokesperson said and NBC reports.



Most of the people received minor treatment at cooling stations or a medical facility within the University of Oklahoma stadium in Norman, but 170 required more treatment and 21 were taken to hospitals, Kelly Wells, spokesperson for Norman Regional Health System told NBC News.

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