Meanwhile, Curry County searchers started up the same road from the coast. Genevieve Yuen, who lives across the street from the Kims, lit a candle and wiped her eyes with a tissue. Then he backtracked about five miles from where he first spotted the footprints. Even when we're not jabbering on them, cell phones regularly talk to the nearest relay tower when turned on, in what the industry calls "pings. Ted Kulongoski, who is expected today to announce a task force to study search and rescue in Oregon. Although searchers stepped up activity in response to the information, much of the initial focus was to the north in Douglas County. As undersheriff, he wore a handgun strapped to his belt, ran the office's day-to-day operations and supervised the search-and-rescue team.
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With dips and crests along the winding roads, it would be easy for someone to lose control and drive off the shoulder, police said. She said they tracked their whereabouts with the map and road signs, at one point spotting a snowplow beside the road. That is why they provided the pager number for the Portland detective. Kim grew up the son of a successful businessman who immigrated from Korea during high school and believed in family, said John Lim, a Republican state legislator from Gresham who is active in Korean affairs on the West Coast. A Medford man working for Edge Wireless found records of those messages and figured the family was within 20 miles of the cell tower, narrowing the search area.
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That record included a crucial piece of information: But some cold-weather experts said the pants are an indication that perhaps Kim was suffering from the late stages of hypothermia. It was the early afternoon of Nov. Neighborhood residents and shop owners started gathering at the Church Street Apothecary before 7 p. The search for the missing Kim family of San Francisco revealed a problem that could arise in any of the , missing persons cases opened nationwide each year:
Gregg Hastings emphasized that the Kims were travelers unfamiliar with the area caught in rapidly changing weather conditions and should not be blamed for that. The wilderness where the family was lost "doesn't really have a strong signal," Edge spokeswoman Darla Pomeroy said. Kati Kim and the couple's two young daughters were found safe Dec. Authorities don't know how or when Kim died but planned an autopsy Wednesday night. In farm wife terms, it means that there's a possibility you won't be called into cattle chasing mode on a daily basis.