FRANKLIN, N.J. — A New Jersey woman who went missing 10 days ago has been found alive.

Authorities say a hunter found 26-year-old Tammy Kim in a wooded area of Franklin, in Sussex County, on Saturday, not far from the coffee shop where she had vanished on Sept. 1.

Kim was taken to a hospital for an evaluation. Further details on her condition were not immediately disclosed.

The woman’s parents have said their daughter was taking medication for an undisclosed medical issue and may have had a bad reaction.

Kim was last seen at the coffee shop where her father had dropped her off. She was spotted on a surveillance camera at a laundromat later that day, and her cellphone and laptop were found three miles from the coffee shop.


This story has been corrected to show Kim was found in Sussex County, not Essex County.

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