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  • Hypothermia killed father, autopsy shows

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      A storm of questions about the search prompted a series of reviews, including a peer review that the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office asked the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association to conduct.
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      A storm of questions about the search prompted a series of reviews, including a peer review that the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office asked the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association to conduct.

      That report, put together from more than 40 interviews and hundreds of pages of documents, is available below.

    • Part I & II of the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association Kim Search Review Report (26 pages)

    • Part III: Fact Finding Details (47 pages)

    • Part IV: Agency Compilation Timeline (54 pages)

    • Search-and-Rescue Aircraft Flight Log

    • Graphical Timeline of Kim Family Activity

    • Graphical Timeline of Search-and-Rescue Activities (7 pages)

    • Josephine County After Action Review (3 pages)

    • List of Participants (3 pages)

    • Oregon Revised Statutes for Search-and-Rescue (8 pages)

    • Area Map with Key Places
  • CENTRAL POINT — A San Francisco man who died in the snowy mountains of Southern Oregon after leaving his family to seek help was found in a shallow creek, dead of hypothermia, authorities said Thursday.
    Lt. Gregg Hastings of the Oregon State Police said James Kim, 35, was found Wednesday, fully clothed, on his back in Big Windy Creek near the Rogue River.
    After leaving his wife and two children in their stranded car four days earlier, Kim walked more than 10 miles over rugged terrain looking for help. But he had walked nearly in a loop. His body was found only about a mile from the family car, Hastings said, separated from the vehicle by the walls of a canyon.
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