‘Jane Doe’ identified, authorities in touch with her family

ATLANTA — UPDATE: Hospital officials say their “Jane Doe” case has been identified and they are in touch with her family.


Grady Memorial Hospital is asking for help from the public to identify a woman who’s been in their care for nearly a month.

Hospital officials say the woman was a pedestrian who they believe was hit by a car on March 12. According to a police report, the crash happened in front of 1777 Peachtree St. NE around 9:45 p.m.

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Grady officials say the woman was injured in the crash, but has been unable to give them information on her identity or next of kin.

They describe her as 5′5′', 132 lbs. and in her 40s. Hospital officials say she has no tattoos or distinguishing marks and say at the time of the accident, she was described as being well dressed. Police found no purse or phone at the accident scene and, at this time, have have not been able to identify her through fingerprints.

Grady officials ask anyone who might recognize her to contact them immediately at 404-616-4638.