SAN DIEGO — San Diego’s homeless crisis is profoundly impacting both people living on the streets and the people living and working near unhoused individuals.
For some people living in Downtown San Diego, the situation has gotten so bad – they want to leave the area and are willing to break their leases. But moving out isn’t just time-consuming; it can also be costly.
Some people say they’re simply tired of dealing with it every time they walk outside their door and want a way out of their leases, and while to them, it might seem like they’re stuck, one legal expert says that’s not entirely the case.
Fred Altman is among the many San Diegans who call downtown home. He says he and his family are considering moving out due to issues he says comes with the homelessness crisis.
“I’ve seen overdoses, I’ve seen stabbings… people dying on the sidewalk,” said Altman.
“The biggest reason we wanted to break our lease is just the safety of ourselves,” said another resident.
The woman, who didn’t want to show her face, said when she first moved to San Diego from overseas, she never expected the crisis to be as bad as it is.
“With all the homeless, it’s a little scary to just be with my daughter alone, and a lot of times, it’s just my daughter and me,” she said.
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