Alberto Carrillo began the morning of March 27 in much the same way as he has for the past year, working as a public Pit Stop monitor at Eddy and Jones streets in the Tenderloin.
The start of his shift usually involves a fair bit of cleaning, hosing down a portable public restroom in one of San Francisco’s grittiest neighborhoods. But by the end of his day at 5 p.m., Carrillo, 31, had saved one life and may have saved another
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