So how did he get up there?
Nobody could figure out how the person who lived there was able to ascend to his "home" suspended from an overpass.
The fire department had to send a ladder truck so city workers could remove more than a dozen garbage bags of personal belongings -- mostly clothing and bedding -- from a nestlike living space in the supports on an overpass.
Los Angeles police said they checked out the bridge after receiving complaints from people who work in nearby office buildings.
They thought one man lived there, possibly for up to two years. He was nowhere to be found on the day his belongings were removed. (And what happened to his stuff? Was it just thrown away?)
Read the Los Angeles Times article here.