Hospitals seek help identifying 3 patients found in Southern California

Southern California hospitals seek assistance in identifying three patients

The public’s assistance is required by hospital staff to identify three male patients discovered in various locations throughout Southern California.

Three men were discovered near public roads or areas and are currently receiving treatment at Dignity Health facilities. None of them had any personal belongings or identification documents with them when they were found.

On October 10, the Long Beach Library located at 101 Pacific Avenue was the site where the first patient was discovered lying on the sidewalk.

The man is described by staff as being Hispanic and in his mid to late 50s. He stands around 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs approximately 137 pounds. His brown eyes and dark hair are accented by some graying. Notably, he has a tattoo on his left hand depicting a circle with the letters “JJ.” Interestingly, the second “J” in the tattoo is reversed, according to staff.

On October 12th, a second patient was found in Long Beach, inside a tent on the L.A. riverbed. Fortunately, a kind-hearted individual came to his aid and brought him to a Dignity Health hospital, where he is currently receiving treatment.

A man, believed to be Hispanic and aged between 50-55 years old, is described as standing at approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing around 210 pounds. He has distinctive brown eyes and salt-and-pepper brown hair.

On October 22nd at approximately 2:10 a.m., the third patient was located on a sidewalk near N. Sierra Way and E. 5th Street in San Bernardino.

The person in question is a Black male who appears to be in his forties. He measures approximately 5 feet 5 inches in height and weighs around 146 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

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