Over Thanksgiving 2006, James Kim, a CNET editor, disappeared along with his wife, Kati, and their two young daughters in the snowy Oregon wilderness. Kati and her two children survived; James did not. She recently recounted her experience for the first time to 20/20, detailing the family's encounter with bears and how they burned their car's tyres in hopes of sending smoke signals to rescuers. Watch the clips here. [ABC News]
A Story Of Survival In The Oregon Wilderness
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