SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - Dozens of people living at 2612 Main Street in Springfield have nowhere to sleep Monday night.
Their apartment building was condemned by the city's Housing Division Monday morning.
The building had plumbing issues, no carbon monoxide detectors, exposed wires and piles of trash in the yard.
Residents were told they had to leave the building by 5 pm, but they said all the shelters were full.
"There are pregnant ladies here. There are children with disabilities. There are newborns. There are people here who don't know where to go." Said Cristina Andino.
"My daughter just gave birth two weeks ago. Where am I going to put that baby to sleep, under a bridge? No, that's not fair. We are humans." Said Jessica Rodriguez.
Residents told 22News they hope the landlord will fix those problems so they can go back home.