Hundreds of homeless people live by the San Diego River. Do they know about the coming storm?
January 31, 20243 min read676 words
Published: January 31, 2024  |  3 min read676 words
Robert Duckstad has spent much of his life studying the sky.The 65-year-old stood near a tent by the San Diego River last week, a water stain on his sweats showing where he’d once trudged through water. Duckstad told a reporter he was a retired meteorologist with the U.S. Navy.“I...
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This was a cross between a feature-piece and a news article, and I admit to being very impressed at the way the writer maintained an objective and neutral posture throughout. Myself, I would have descended into furious polemics a paragraph in, at the idea of homeless people in the richest state of the richest country in the world getting caught in floods because they didn't know bad weather was coming. A good article, with quotes and interviews of homeless people and relevant officials, and government figures on the number of homeless people and the state of their well-being.
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