'Most vulnerable' dying in 'America's Finest City'

'Most vulnerable' dying in 'America's Finest City'

Like other West Coast cities, San Diego is confronting a homeless crisis.Spiraling real estate values have contributed to spiraling homelessness, leaving more than 3,200 people living on the streets or in their cars.Most alarmingly, the deplorable sanitary conditions help spread a liver-damaging virus that lives in feces, contributing to the deadliest U.S. hepatitis A epidemic in 20 years.The result? Legions of Californians without shelter. A spreading contagion. And an extraordinary challeng...