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Oregon / Stranded / Kims & Finley #846896

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 09, 2006
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: John Larson) New evidence about what happened to James Kim after his family got stranded on snowy roads in Oregon featured; scenes shown from the area; photos shown of wife Kati Kim & daughters, who were rescued; details given about salesman Dewitt Finley††, who got lost on the same road 11 years ago & died after 66 days. [Helicopter pilot rescuer John RASHER‡- comments on the rescue.] [Finley's girlfriend Mary SUTE‡- reads Finley's letters about his condition.] [Today, SUTE - says something could be done to prevent another mistaken wrong turn.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Larson, John

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