- All-time record highs were set in several countries.
- Officials in the U.K. warned that train tracks could buckle under the oppressive heat.
- Special shelters were opened in London and Paris for the homeless to cool off.
- Children at a summer camp in the Netherlands were being treated for sickness.
Scorching triple-digit temperatures were recorded across Europe Thursday as much of the continent sweltered under its second record-breaking heat wave this summer.
Twenty children reportedly fell sick due to heat in the Netherlands Thursday afternoon. The children were at a summer camp in the town of…