Leslie Muñoz stands by his destroyed shelter, Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, at a homeless encampment on East 12th Street in Oakland, Calif., one week after it was destroyed along with others in a fire. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) Tyu Walker lost his home, $600 in savings and his mother’s obituary when his tent in a West Berkeley encampment went up in flames. Distraught and angry, 44-year-old Walker left the ruins behind and headed to Oakland, where he moved into an RV someone had abandoned along Wood Street. For a while, … “That’s the type of thing you expect, living on the streets. When’s the next hit coming?” said 30-year-old Leslie Muñoz, who had been staying with a friend in a shack made uninhabitable by a December fire.