Homeless man who died was close to receiving housing help


SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — An advocate for the homeless says a man who was found dead under a northern Indiana bridge was near the top of the list to receive permanent government-funded housing or a voucher to rent a private apartment or house.

The South Bend Tribune reports that the St. Joseph County Coroner’s office has ruled that 57-year-old Darrell Bradberry died from dysrhythmia, or an abnormal heart rhythm, caused by hypothermia.

Bradberry is the second homeless man to die of the cold in South Bend in less than a month. Forty-four-year-old Anthony Young died of hypothermia in December.


  1. And now he will cost the taxpayers nothing. There is no reason to be homeless in IN other than choice to be so.

    We need to reopen the mental institutions if you want to get these people off the streets.


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