HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Around 60 people living under the Mulberry Street Bridge in Harrisburg are on the clock as the city cites dangerous conditions.
All people living under the bridge must leave the area by Sunday January 22nd.
The city says the area has become dangerous due to crime and rat infestations.
Ten or 15 people wait until the last minute, but Christian Churches United say they are there to help people pack and move.
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“That’s what today is about, really trying to encourage our people to pull together, we’ve been giving out tote bags, we’ve been giving out tarps, we’ve been giving out bin bags, so now we’re just trying to encourage movement and the process said Christian Churches United’s Aisha Mobley.
The city has set up a new place for the group of people to go. Nonprofits say the city has done a good job providing essentials like portable toilets.
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