(HUTCHINSON, Kan.) — Reno County resident Lodema Robinson is thankful.
"The fan is going to sit right in front of me, it will help for sure," she says. She just received a fan from the Hutchinson Salvation Army.
Robinson came to get a fan when she heard that three Reno County men died because of the heat in the last week. Her air-conditioner doesn't work and her house has reached 96 degrees.
"I get light-headed and confused and my chest feels heavy," she said.
While she cools off, the Hutchinson Salvation Army knows more people need the help. It's already given away more than 300 fans this summer - more than any other year.