Firefighters rushed to the scene at about 2:18 p.m. with reports of a homeless encampment on fire, a county fire department spokesperson said.
No one was injured when a big-rig truck overturned Tuesday morning while getting onto an on-ramp to the 710 Freeway at Pico Avenue near the Port of Long Beach.
The man was on the sidewalk in the 200 block of East Artesia Boulevard when an unknown man walked up to him and shot him, police spokeswoman Allison Gallagher said.
Residents in Long Beach and as far as Catalina Island reported being woken up and their furniture rattling.
The new bunk bed comes courtesy of Tito Rodriguez, known as “Hood Santa” and founder of Local Hearts Foundation, and anonymous donors who reached out after the Post wrote about the five girls and their Dad, Jesse Alcala, doing virtual school in their two bedroom Central Long Beach apartment.
This follows the requests of county health officials for residents to get tested if they were in a crowded situation over the weekend and didn’t take proper precautions.
Users can opt into “SafePass” or the contact tracing feature. The app uses Bluetooth to track when users have been in contact with each other.
Officials are especially concerned about Labor Day weekend because of spikes they saw in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the weeks after the Fourth of July.
There will also be no carnivals, festivals, live entertainment and haunted house attractions.
With more than $40 million in federal funds from the CARES Act, Long Beach is now distributing about half to different parts of the community. The other half, more than $19 million, has gone to the city’s COVID-19 response.