Los Angeles Has A Crisis: 2,033 People Dead

Over 2,000 homeless individuals died in Los Angeles in 2023 — a nearly 300 percent increase from 2014, according to county officials.

The surge in deaths, revealed by a Guardian review of county medical examiner data, demonstrates the impact of the homelessness and drug abuse crisis sweeping through many of the nation’s cities.

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Officials with the county medical examiner have recorded a total of 11,573 homeless deaths over the past decade, with the number rising each year. The 2,033 people who died in 2023 is a 291 percent increase from the 519 deaths reported in 2014, and an eight percent increase from 1,883 in 2022.

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