Several people die in lakes, rivers during heat wave

SEATTLE (AP) — Three people have died in Washington lakes and rivers as residents flocked to beaches in search of a respite from a record heat wave. One man died after being pulled from Lake Washington in Kirkland on Sunday morning. A second man drowned at Angle Lake in SeaTac. Firefighters were called to O.O. Denny Park after someone saw a man struggling in the water. Around 3 p.m. Sunday, a man died at Angle Lake in SeaTac after sheriff’s deputies tried unsuccessfully to revive him. Search and rescue officials on Monday recovered the body of a 58-year-old woman who went missing while swimming in the Stillaguamish River in Snohomish County.