Salvation army to open cold night shelter a second night

Salvation army to open cold night shelter a second night
(Salvation Army)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Salvation Army in Jacksonville will open its cold night shelter for a second night on Tuesday.

At 900 W. Adams Street, the shelter will provide a place to stay for homeless people who would normally be exposed to those elements overnight.

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The temperatures dipped below 42 degrees overnight Monday and the shelter provided shelter for 49 people. According to the Salvation Army, they had dinner, snack and a hot breakfast.