1 Dead After Rollover Crash On I-30 In Fort Worth

One person is dead and two others were injured after a rollover crash on Interstate-30 in Fort Worth late Friday evening, police said.

1 Dead After Rollover Crash On I-30 In Fort Worth

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – One person is dead and two others were injured after a rollover crash on Interstate-30 in Fort Worth late Friday evening, police said.

Police said they responded to the 6500 block of the highway near Green Oaks Road just after 11:50 p.m. and found a crash involving a single vehicle.

According to police, the vehicle lost control for an unknown reason and hit a barrier, causing it to roll over and ejecting one of the occupants. Police said that victim was also hit by another vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The identity of the deceased victim has not yet been released. The other two victims were hospitalized but are expected to recover.

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San Francisco Homeless Camp to Be Removed Monday, Advocates Say Residents Have Right to Stay

People who have been living in their cars and in tents in a state-owned parking lot under Interstate 80 in San Francisco are slated to be removed on Monday but their advocates are arguing they have the right to stay under state law.

San Francisco Homeless Camp to Be Removed Monday, Advocates Say Residents Have Right to Stay

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — People who have been living in their cars and in tents in a state-owned parking lot under Interstate 80 in San Francisco are slated to be removed on Monday but their advocates are arguing they have the right to stay under state law.

The Coalition on Homelessness the city’s moratorium on evictions during the pandemic applies only to residential spaces; the law wasn’t designed to deal with this particular situation.

“I can’t afford a (house)… but I have a place,” Greg Smith, a long- term resident at the Merlin Street encampment, said in a statement. “I’ve always had mobile homes before. I’ve rented here for about five years until they declared bankruptcy and gave the place up.”

Smith said he’d rather live in his vehicle than in a single-room-occupancy hotel, where some of the spaces are shared.

“I like to have my own place, come in when I want, have my stuff,” he said.

Ora Prochovnick, director of litigation and policy at Eviction Defense Collaborative, said there’s a good legal case for the residents to stay.

“California law clearly provides that it is illegal to remove a tenant without first providing proper written notice and a court process,” Prochovnick said in a statement. “The situations of many of the people who have been residing for a substantial period of time at the property on Merlin Street raise strong evidence of a legal tenancy, and any doubts must be resolved in favor of the residents’ due process rights.”

As of right now, the California Highway Patrol is scheduled to clear the encampment on Monday. The encampment is located at 450 Fifth St. In San Francisco.

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