Tech & Science Val-d'Oise: At least five homeless people died in 2020
in Val-d'Oise, three new labeled sites "Regional interest"
© Google Street View screenshot. The Gare d'Auvers-sur-Oise is concerned. a welcome projector shot. This Thursday, 26 new Francilian sites should be labeled "Heritage Regional Interest" at the next Standing Committee of the Ile-de-France Regional Council. Among them, three are located in Val-d'Oise and reach the former Hospice de Gonesse, the Chapel of Rohan-Chabot or the beach of Isle-Adam already distinguished.
Make an identity, a story to these men and women too often invisible, anonymous even in the grave. This is one of the difficult but important tasks of the Collective the deaths of the street for years.
A few days ago, it broadcast its terrible announcement for the year 2020 with the names of 535 deaths from the street on the entire French territory. 491 men, 44 women including one child of less than 5 years, four under the age of 19 and a person over 80 years old.
The body of an SDF found in a cabin with Cormeilles-en-Parisis
and the Val-d'Oise is no exception. According to the list drawn up by the collective, at least five people without "at home" died on the public road, in a wealth of fortune or an emergency shelter, last year in the department. A departmental and national census established through the information gathered in the media, with associations, institutional partners but also individuals. To this one is added for 2021, the death of a 62-year-old SDF found Friday in a garden shed in Cormeilles-en-Parisis.
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"But the already important figures are probably unfortunately not exhaustive, the President of the Collective, Bérangère Grisoni. Because in 2012, we have been able to couple our data with the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM). We then realized that it was necessary to multiply our annual balance sheet by six and it is feared that the reality is always of this order today. Yet to die like that anonymously, in indifference or almost, it is not worthy and not conceivable in a country like France!
The life expectancy in the street is 49 years old
and for the deaths of the street, the decline in the number of deaths compared to 2019, 569, does not necessarily mean good news. "We would like to believe that this is because there has been less death. But we are afraid that unfortunately because we do not have them, "explains the manager reminding that life expectancy on the street is only" 49 years on average ".
Gail Porter enjoys a drink with a pal on Primrose Hill
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Quid of COVID? "We do not know what has been the impact yet. We will see what the epidemiological survey published in autumn. But beyond the virus, the first confinement has been difficult for people on the street with even more isolation, solitude, for fear of dying alone because everything was slow motion or even stopped. However, much more violent epidemic that affects people in the street in almost total indifference: is that street kills and it's a catastrophic reality. "
Tribute to Ahmed, Jean-Pierre Hassan, Fatiha and Dominique
That's why the collective holds relaxed to alert this situation valid everywhere. In Val-d'Oise last year, she took away Ahmed, 49, January 7, 2020 in Enghien-les-Bains. Family rupture, this 49-year-old man was known for the Marudes of the Red Cross of Ezanville. He had worked in fruits and vegetables but had lost his job and stayed for some time on a construction site at the time of his death.
Woman whose body was found inside charity bin 'not homeless'
The body, believed to be a female in her 30s, was discovered by a passerby behind Stockland Burleigh Heads Shopping Centre on the Gold Coast at 7am on Monday. She is understood to have died after becoming stuck in one of the charity bins, Gold Coast Bulletin reported. Detectives are hoping a green ute which was parked near the scene will lead them to the woman's family after establishing it likely belonged to her.
On April 1, Jean-Pierre, 66, died in Pontoise in emergency accommodation in a religious community after a street and wandering course.
Twenty-three days later, a heart attack carried Hassan, 44, on a side of Argenteuil's sidewalk. A well-known homeless SDF of the inhabitants of Val Sud who often saw him near the Auchan, the CCAS of the city and the associations that followed him.
On May 19, Fatiha succumbed to his companion. After a journey journey, this 52-year-old woman had just found a place in house relay only two weeks before her violent death.
On November 13, a 65-year-old man on the street would die in Sarcelles. When writing to share, the collective did not know his first name. But this one continued its investigation as it does for all and discovered that it was Dominique, a homelessness followed by local associations.
64 deaths identified on February 15,
and the same sad litanie has already begun for 2021. The National List of the Collective already has 64 names to February 15th.
to all and all a tribute was made on March 30 at the Buttes Chaumont in Paris but it continues in digital version with the operation "535 words for 535 dead" where everyone is invited to participate. "We have already received a hundred short tribute videos, testimonials, reactions that are little by little online ... but the call is still valid because we want to continue," invites the collective.
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