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Kati Kim
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    (circa 1976- )
    Resides in San Francisco
    Married to James Kim
    Owner of two boutiques
    Became stranded in a car with her two daughters for nine days in a snowed-in road while her husband trekked in snow seeking help, later dying of hypothermia/overexposure in Oregon
    She is a grown woman who wears her hair in pigtails.
    She is ‘the forgotten hero' in the James Kim saga.
    Her successful efforts in keeping her young children safe and alive were overshadowed by her husband's efforts to find help for his family.
    She became a widow at only 30 years old.
    When the food stash ran out in the car, she melted snow for hydration and breast fed her two girls to keep them nourished.
    She flagged down a rescue helicopter with an umbrella with ‘SOS' written on it, saving herself and her two young girls.
    Her habitual punctuality alerted those who know her that something was wrong when she and her husband missed an appointment after they became missing.
    Her husband is technically a victim of manslaughter since vandals tampered with the lock that closed out the road the Kims became stranded in.

Credit: Battyx3

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