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More videos record the hazards of Potrero bike path homeless camp

“Coming through, coming through!” A week ago, a local cyclist using the name Steve Sanders on YouTube uploaded some revealing (if not necessarily surprising) footage of the large homeless encampment along the bike path winding its way underneath the 101 freeway near Cesar Chavez Street. Turns out that was the tip of the iceberg. The network of bike bridges and side paths known as “the Hairball” connects Bayview cyclists and others from southern lying neighborhoods to SoMa, Civic Center, and downtown.
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