Find Missing Sandra Brown! ***(HAPPY UPDATE: FOUND SAFE!)***

Missing Senior Citizen, Golden Alert, New Case, Urgent Missing

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Find Missing Sandra Brown!
She is missing from a hospital emergency room.
A Golden Alert has been issued for her.
She has missed the Fourth of July.
Where is Sandra Brown?

Find Missing Sandra Brown!

Find Missing Sandra Brown! A Golden Alert has been issued for Sandra Brown. Sandra was last seen at 1:35 A.M. on July 3, 2018. She was last seen leaving the Kings Daughters Medical Center Emergency Room in Ashland, Kentucky. Golden Alerts are issued for missing persons with suspected or diagnosed cognitive or mental impairments. Sandra Brown is a Caucasian female. She is 71 years old. Ms. Brown is described as 4’10” tall and 125 pounds. Her eyes are brown and her hair is blonde. Information in her case is very limited.

Find Missing Sandra Brown!

Sandra Brown’s search enters its 7th day. And she has missed the Fourth of July. This is an apparent second disappearance for her. This time, though, she reportedly went missing from a hospital emergency room. You may wonder how adults are able to wander away so easily in these situations. Information is limited and I cannot offer any insight. The Golden Alert has been issued as these cover missing persons who have cognitive or mental impairments. It is like the Silver Alert program. Where is Sandra Brown?

Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Sandra Brown? Do you have any information concerning any person (s) who may be involved in her disappearance? If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Sandra Brown, please call the Boyd County 911 Center at: (606) 329-2191. If you see Sandra Brown, call 9-1-1 immediately!

THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED: This is a press release that confirms Sandra Brown’s current disappearance. Click here and learn more.
This is a press release about the resolution to a prior disappearance of Sandra Brown. Click here and learn more.
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1 Comment

  1. If there were concerns about her mental status, she should have been watched one to one. This means a medical staff member sitting with her.

    Also, she most likely had not evaluated by medical staff. So, no one was watching her and she left or eloped as the medical profession likes to say. She may have gotten tired of waiting in the emergency room.

    In my experience quite often the patients drop off the radar screen. Also, the hospital wants to keep patients for a period of time to get Medicare to pay them.

    At one VA hospital, they appeared not to want to send an admitted patient to the ward until after the day shift. So what if the medical resident decided to admit them ten hours before.


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