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Searchers Find Body of Missing Father in Oregon

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Searchers Find Body of Missing Father in Oregon

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Searchers Find Body of Missing Father in Oregon

Searchers Find Body of Missing Father in Oregon

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Police say that they've found the body of James Kim, missing since the weekend when he set out to search for help for his family, whose car was stuck in the snow in the Oregon mountains.

Kim's wife and two daughters were rescued Monday from their car, where they had been stuck for nine days. Kim left to search for help and did not return.

Madeleine Brand talks to Kristian Foden-Vencil of Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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