Temperatures in Arizona reached 112 degrees in some parts, leaving the homeless population in search of water and shelter.
TERRY PRICE: So when you wake up in the morning-- and you're like, OK, what do I do today? And then you think, well, it's hot, what can I do? You need food. That's a two-mile walk. Two miles there. Two miles back.
I'm exhausted. Totally exhausted. You just want to sit down in somebody's yard and just run the hose on you and not stop. But they don't look too kindly on that. [CHUCKLES]