Eviction Day 

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Mark McKenna
Eureka police officers begin clearing the PalCo Marsh on May 2.
Mark McKenna
In a final act of protest, two women set the belongings they couldn't bring with them ablaze.
Thadeus Greenson
A Eureka police cruiser drives by the fire, paying it little mind.
Thadeus Greenson
Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills (right) and Parks and Recreation Director Miles Slattery (center) discuss plans.
Mark McKenna
Mark McKenna
An abandoned camp in the PalCo Marsh.
Grant Scott-Goforth
A man speaks with police officers on his way out of the PalCo Marsh.
Grant Scott-Goforth
A woman speaks with officers as she gathers her belongings on May 2.
Grant Scott-Goforth
In all, officers found more than 1,000 hypodermic syringes during the May 2 evictions at the PalCo Marsh.
Grant Scott-Goforth
A U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter circled overhead as Eureka police officers cleared the PalCo Marsh.
Grant Scott-Goforth
Mark McKenna
Police search a man in the PalCo Marsh during the May 2 eviction. The officer finds a host of syringes and spoons, but returns them, saying he was only looking for weapons.
Mark McKenna
Grant Scott-Goforth
Prior to the May 2 evictions, Eureka Police took aerial photographs of the PalCo Marsh, which they used to number the camps.
Grant Scott-Goforth
From left to right, Eureka City Manager Greg Sparks, Police Chief Andrew Mills, and councilmembers Linda Atkins and Natalie Arroyo at a press conference on May 2 at the PalCo Marsh.
Mark McKenna
In all, crews hauled more than 60 tons of trash out the PalCo Marsh on May 2 and 3.
Mark McKenna
Crews used front loaders to raze more than 70 camps at he PalCo Marsh on May 2 and 3.
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