CCSO release – On June 11, 2019 at 08:19 a.m., the Coos County Sheriff’s Office initiated a Missing Persons case. It was reported a 29 YOA female identified as Jameal “Jamie” Provart was missing and had been unaccounted for over 48 hours. It was alleged she had driven Sumner Route to go camping and had possibly been in an accident. Ms. Provart had sent images of an injury to her left arm to friends. Efforts to locate her up to mid morning were unsuccessful, cellular phone data placed her location further west of the location. At 2:20 p.m. friends located the automobile associated with Ms. Provart approximately 2 miles up Hudson Ridge in Coos County, Oregon. The automobile was parked along side of the road. The Sheriff’s Office activated the Coos County Search and Recue Team (SAR). Coos SAR is comprised of volunteer dog tracking teams, ground searchers and additional resources. The group was aided by resources from Fairview Fire and Dora Sitkum Fire. During the search at 7:55 p.m Ms. Provart walked out of the woods onto Fairview Route near the intersection of Hudson Lane and was located by a Bandon Volunteer Fire Fighter. Ms. Provart was treated by Fairview Fire and released to Family. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office is always seeking volunteers to aid Search and Rescue. If you’re interested in joining the group contact the Coos County Sheriff’s Office at 541-396-7800 for an application.

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