Eye-Popping Figures: 1000’s Of Pounds Of Human Waste, Close To 14k Hypodermic Needles Cleaned Out From California Homeless Encampments

Nasty details from the cleanup of a homeless encampment in Southern California were revealed on Thursday and to say the at least the numbers were disgustedly stunning.

Gov. Jerry Brown is fighting so hard for the sanctuary of illegals all while thousands of legal citizens are homeless in his streets.

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OC Register:

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Orange County Public Works released eye-popping figures Thursday, March 8, on the total amount of debris, needles and hazardous waste removed when crews cleaned up the area along the Santa Ana River Trail once populated by the encampments of homeless people.

Here’s what was collected between Jan. 22 and March 3 from a more than two-mile stretch of bike trail roughly from I-5 in Orange to Ball Road in Anaheim, according to OC Public Works spokesman Shannon Widor:

  • 404 tons of debris

  • 13,950 needles (approximate number based on what disposal containers hold)

  • 5,279 pounds of hazardous waste (human waste, propane, pesticides and other materials)

More than 700 people were living in the encampments when they were dismantled in late February. Most of those people are being housed temporarily in local motels while county outreach workers assess their need for services and housing. More

Dear Citizens of California, Your elected officials have enacted and embraced the policies that have brought all this garbage to your front door.

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