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EXCLUSIVE: Shocking images show the TWO-MILE long vehicle encampment -


The average household income in the county is $131,000, with 78 percent of homeless locals living in the area before being forced to the encampment 

Pictured taken by show families living in tents and using portable barbeques as their belongings spill out of the RV's 

The state has been handed more than $3million to try to help those living in the vehicles find homes 

Hundreds of locals in one of San Francisco's wealthiest counties have been forced to pack up their lives into RVs and trailers after being pushed out of the housing market.

Shocking photos show the ever-growing line of trucks and other vehicles along 101 Highway – which now stretches over two miles in one of the largest encampments in the country.

Cities in Marin County, where on average homes cost $1.4million, are pushing for the line along the highway to end after the number of residents living in their cars ballooned during the pandemic.