Atlanta Hospital Needs Help Identifying Woman Struck Down By Car

Atlanta Hospital Needs Help Identifying Woman Struck Down By Car

Published February 11, 2008

Posted Jan. 3, 2008 – An Atlanta hospital is asking the public to help identify an African-American woman, struck by a car nearly three weeks ago.

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The woman, who appears to be in her late-30s or early-40s, is about 5-feet, 6-inches tall and weighs between 120 to 140 pounds, according to officials at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Due to the nature of her injuries, they said, she is unable to provide any information about herself. Other identifying characteristics include three small snowflake-like tattoos on her right leg below the knee, and she wears a silver ring on her right ring finger.She was brought to the hospital on Dec. 15, 2007.

Officials want anyone with information about this patient or her family to contact Grady Memorial Hospital ’s Social Services Department at (404) 616-5331.

 

Written by BET-Staff

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