Homeless living in San Francisco 'tent city' fight evacuation order
City officials have given a large homeless encampment under a highway overpass in San Francisco 72 hours to move out because the living conditions have become extremely hazardous. The streets are littered with feces, urine and hypodermic needles. The tents, which at one point were more widely dispersed, were moved to the overpass area to get shelter from the rain.
The camp is just a small part of a huge problem. There are thousands of homeless people in San Francisco and most of the shelters are already full.
"I'm not going to let somebody run me out of somewhere where I've made my home," camper Patrita Tripp told Fox News, "Where am I supposed to go?"
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