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Dr. Drew: Homeless Crisis Has Increased Fecal Matter in California Beaches

‘This is a catastrophe’
By Grabien Staff


PINSKY: “I spoke to a representative at heal the bay. His there were the fires that cost 2,000 homes to get disconnected from the sewage treatment plant. Lara, there are 60,000 people directly into our gutters every day. There sewage is going directly into the ocean. We had a massive die off of mammals in the spring and suddenly it became disconnected from our sewage treatment plant that where do you think the environmentalists would be on that? They would be screaming blooding murder. Where are they now? Where are they? This is a catastrophe. It is exposing all of us to potential, really serious infectious disease is.”

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