Irma Nunez, center, of Selma, keeps cool under an umbrella as she and co-workers Akashi Kashyap, left, of Clovis, and Honey Stevens, of Fresno, walk through in Courthouse Park after work in downtown Fresno on Wednesday.
Irma Nunez, center, of Selma, keeps cool under an umbrella as she and co-workers Akashi Kashyap, left, of Clovis, and Honey Stevens, of Fresno, walk through in Courthouse Park after work in downtown Fresno on Wednesday. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Irma Nunez, center, of Selma, keeps cool under an umbrella as she and co-workers Akashi Kashyap, left, of Clovis, and Honey Stevens, of Fresno, walk through in Courthouse Park after work in downtown Fresno on Wednesday. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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