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The father and two-year-old son were out for a holiday walk dressed in shorts and T shirts when the weather turned.
The pair were eventually rescued by firefighters 'soaked and shivering' after going missing on sand dunes at Merthyr Mawr, near Bridgend.
Southern Europe has been hit by a heatwave, causing temperatures to rise over 109F in several countries, including Italy, Spain and Croatia.
Many holiday destinations popular with tourists are now warning both residents and visitors to stay in the shade and carry water at all times.
Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples said: 'This extreme heat will have caught some holidaymakers out and they are advised to stay out of the midday sun abroad from 10am to 2pm.'They should stay hydrated and would be advised to stay close to the coast and swimming pools to cool down.'Earlier this week a wildfire claimed the life of a 79-year-old woman, found dead in a field beside her home in Sant’Omero in the central region of Abruzzo of Italy, who had been overcome by flames that engulfed two hectares of surrounding farmland.
Firefighters wrapped them in blankets and called paramedics who treated the pair at the scene.
With peak temperatures topping 40 degrees Celsius in much of Italy, a total of 26 major towns and cities were on the health ministry's maximum heat alert.
The tragedy happened overnight at the ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo in the Dolomites range in the northeast of the country. Weather warning website Meteo Alarm has issued warnings of 'dangerous' conditions in 11 countries in Europe, including - as well as Italy, Spain and Croatia - parts of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Montenegro.
A dad and his toddler son were found suffering from hypothermia after getting lost on a wet and windy British beach.
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