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*More Information – Kim Family Rescue – KGW Channel 8 local news*

Posted by rexdixon on December 4, 2006

Oregon State Police said a helicopter crew spotted 30-year-old Kati Kim on Monday about 1:45 p.m. near the Rogue River in the area of Bear Camp Viewpoint off Bear Camp Road.kim_heli411.jpg

They also said they found daughters four-year-old Penelope and seven-month-old Sabine alive. They were airlifted to a hospital in Grants Pass. There was no word on their condition, but OSP Lieutenant Gregg Hastings said reports were encouraging. The family stayed warm by running the car until they ran out of gas, then they burned tires, deputies said.

Rescuers continued to look for 35-year-old father, James Kim. There were indications he left on snowshoes two days ago police said. Kay Fristad with the Oregon National Guard said a helicopter equipped with an infrared camera will be used in that search.

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2 Responses to “*More Information – Kim Family Rescue – KGW Channel 8 local news*”

  1. Patently- O has links to other coverage, and the clearest description of the events at issue in the Ward v. Frenkel lawsuit, which involves the filing date of the ESN v. Cisco lawsuit. ( link ) If this is defamation… I don’t even know where to begin. Ward files patent infringement lawsuits one minute after the stroke of midnight, and then sues when people think he filed a day too early? Obviously, this could have been cleared up without a lawsuit, but Ward Jr. hasn’t been too communicative (he’s never…

  2. Ну ни фига себе))

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