Homeless moving out of Bucks County camp
BRISTOL, Pa. - May 8, 2012 (WPVI) -- The homeless who have made camp behind a hospital in Bucks County are moving out.
The Action Cam was at the encampment behind the Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol on Tuesday morning.
Property owner JRC, LLC gave them time to pack up and move out, but that deadline has passed.
There are plans in place to build a warehouse on the site.
Advocates had been fighting for the group, saying they had nowhere else to go.
They want the county to offer up help because many of the homeless are veterans.
Religious organizations are now helping to place small groups of the homeless in rental houses.
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