“The wife and daughters of missing CNET senior editor James Kim have been found alive and airlifted to a local hospital, authorities announced at a press conference in Merlin, Ore., Monday afternoon,” Leslie Katz and Michelle Meyers report for CNET News.
“James Kim left the car on foot two days ago to seek help and has not been found, the official said. The search for him continues,” Katz and Meyers report.
“According to the official speaking at the news conference, the conditions of Kati, Penelope and Sabine are not yet known. More details are expected at a press conference at 5 p.m. PST, which CNET will stream live,” Katz and Meyers report.
“At approximately 1:45 p.m. PST, search-and-rescue officials were notified that a vehicle and a female waving an umbrella were spotted by a helicopter search crew near the Rogue River in the area of Bear Camp Viewpoint off Bear Camp Road, according to a statement from Oregon State Police. This location is near the Curry/Josephine County line in Josephine County,” Katz and Meyers report. “The official speaking at the press conference said that the helicopter had been hired by family members.”
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