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Posted on 12/04/2006 10:52:35 AM PST by hc87
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Uh Oh. I suspect foul play...
ping for future.
Hopefully they'll wind up like that missing family that went off road a couple of years back and was stuck incommunicado for a few days - prompting everyone to assume they were dead.
But they made it out and recovered.
Mr. Kim's rating? 1.7
(I really hope everything turns out OK)
Actually, my suspicions lie in the fact that he was last seen in a Denny's...
Hope he and his family are found safe.
I sure hope so.
Those look like crappy roads, esp. driving at night.
Did he have his TomTom....
wonder if he was taking a road he shouldnt have...given the weather, etc.
And in the rain. With two kids under 5 in the back seat.
How old is this report? Haven't they been missing for well over a week?
That was the primary suspicion on another thread.
More news here...
Updated at 10:26 PST, so the information on the cell phone seems to be about an hour old.
The article indicates that they went well beyond Glendale to Roseburg, Oregon. At least Google Earth indicates that getting from there to Gold Beach, where they had a room for the night, would have taken them on state Highway 42. They only switched to searching that road sometime on Saturday. It's a twisty mountain road with lots of opportunities to get lost.
Prayers are required, but hope is still not unreasonable.
We're also keeping tabs on the search here:
Here is their official website for the disappearance, as well as their guestbook:
Prayers continue ...
Google maps says that Glendale is south of Roseburg, near Wolf Creek.
There is a press conference at 3pm Pacific.
Please listen ... someone ... since I am hitting the freeway now. Post contents of the presser please.
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