An unidentified man, dubbed Sixty-Six Garage, has been on life support in a Coronado nursing home for 15 years.

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Just weeks ago, officials were optimistic they had a strong lead on identifying a John Doe who has been on life support for the past 15 years in a Coronado nursing home. They were waiting for DNA confirmation.

The man, dubbed 66 Garage, is minimally conscious and has been kept alive with breathing and feeding tubes since 1999, the year the vehicle he was traveling in crashed near the border.

Although a person believed to be a relative has been found in Mexico, a DNA sample has not been obtained.

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