Residents' safety in question at D.C. emergency shelter

07/16/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A former hospital that now houses about 800 homeless people in Washington, D.C., has been the scene of violent assaults, sparking fear among residents, a newspaper investigation finds. It also is plagued by health-threatening conditions such as insects, parasites and heating and air conditioning outages. The D.C. General emergency shelter drew widespread public scrutiny after an 8-year-old girl who lived there disappeared.

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