Screenshot of unidentified man in old YouTube video

A woman in Texas believes her missing brother may be a John Doe who has been in a Coronado nursing home on life support for the past 14 years. The man was severely brain injured in a car accident near the U.S.- Mexican border.

Statewide, seven men and one woman are John and Jane Does, according to the California Department of Health Care Services.

The situation for the John Doe in Coronado could become more complicated if he’s identified — and found to be in the country illegally.

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Lorie Hearn is the chief executive officer and editor of inewsource. She is a lifelong news-aholic who started her reporting career writing her Girl Scout newsletter at age 12. High school and college were filled with school newspaper work, and after graduation, she worked as a reporter for newspapers...

2 replies on “John & Jane Does on life support in California”

  1. I hope Ms. Ibarra is able to identify the man in Coronado as her brother. Regardless of the legal complications.

  2. Too bad that 66 Garage is not Ms. Ibarra’s brother. What a discouraging year it has been. (october 29, 2015).

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