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Teressa Ann Williams, a 26-year-old Aboriginal, was last seen alive in July 1988, reported missing in March 1989.
By the time police noticed the trend, 14 years later, more than two-dozen had already disappeared without a trace. Many begin as adolescent runaways and never lose the habit of evasion, changing names and addresses so often that investigators have no realistic hope of tracking a specific prostitute for any length of time.Vancouvers Downtown Eastside is the poorest neighborhood in British Columbia--in all of Canada, for that matter.No other slum or ghetto in the country matches the squalor of this 10-block urban wasteland, with its rundown hotels and pawn shops, stained and fractured sidewalks, gutters and alleyways littered with garbage, used condoms and discarded hypodermic needles. Its cold heart is the intersection of Main and Hastings, nicknamed Pain and Wastings by the denizens who know it best.So far, government needle-exchange programs have failed to stem the plague, despite provision of some 2.8 million needles in Low Track each year.Low Track is infamous for its kiddy stroll, featuring prostitutes as young as 11.