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Some Philadelphia residents fed up with homeless encampment, say they don't feel safe

Posted On: Sep 17, 2020   |   Posted By: ABC

Despite three attempts by the city to close them down, the homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still up and running, including the larger one on the Ben Franklin Parkway.

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