These hospice workers in Spain ensure homeless people don’t die alone

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Dozens of homeless people die every year in Spain, often on the streets, and usually by themselves. But one small hospice program is trying to make a difference by connecting with homeless people and spending time with them, even at the very end of their lives. Gerry Hadden reports from Barcelona.

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