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Helen Doe


  • Helen Doe

    Unidentified remains were discovered on May 14, 1991 after a two semi truck collision that occurred on south bound interstate 5 north of Kalama, WA. The collision resulted in a severe fire killing both occupants of one of the semi trucks. The unidentified female was severely burned and has not been identified and given the name as Helen Doe. The Washington State Patrol Cold Case Team and BIA OJS Missing and Murdered Unit are seeking assistance in identifying Helen Doe.

    Last Known Location
    Interstate 5 North of Kalama, WA
    Agent Name
    Garrick DeClay
    Investigating Agency
    Washington State Patrol Cold Case Team and BIA OJS Missing and Murdered Unit
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Estimated 5'0
Estimated 115
American Indian or Alaska Native
Other Physical Features
Estimated age at the time of incident is 20-29 years old.


Missing Date
May 14, 1991

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