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Homeless encampments along Nimitz Highway reduced for now

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A homeless encampment along Sumner Street and N. Nimitz Highway in Iwilei on Friday. The scene in Iwilei last week represented just a snapshot of an area that has dealt with unwanted homeless activity for years, in particular because of the risk of injury to those who sleep on the side of Nimitz Highway and sometimes dangle their feet and legs into busy traffic, along with their belongings.
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A homeless woman packs up her belongings into carts along Sumner Street in Iwilei on Friday as an IHS volunteer stands next to her. She was later sent to the hospital to check on an infection with her leg.
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A homeless woman leaves her belongings into carts along Sumner Street in Iwilei on Friday.
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A homeless encampment along Iwilei Road on Friday.
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A homeless encampment along Iwilei Road on Friday.
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Shopping carts left by homeless individuals are strewn along Sumner Street and N. Nimitz Highway in Iwilei on Friday.
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An upturned shopping carts was left behind a no trespassing sign near the traffic triangle at N. Nimitz Highway and Sumner Street in Iwilei on Friday.
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A person stands out front of the shuttered doors of the Longs Drug store which recently closed at Sumner Street near N. Nimitz Highway.
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A stack of moving boxes inside the Longs Drug store which recently closed at Sumner Street near N. Nimitz Highway.
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A Longs Drug store recently closed at Sumner Street near N. Nimitz Highway.
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A homeless encampment along Sumner Street and N. Nimitz Highway in Iwilei.

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Homeless encampments along Nimitz Highway reduced for now