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Missing Astoria Woman Found in Brooklyn Hospital

Jazmin Fernandez (Photo: Facebook)

July 19, 2018 By Tara Law

The 24-year-old Astoria woman who went missing Saturday was found yesterday.

Jazmin Fernandez was found by police at King’s County Hospital in Brooklyn at around 1:15 p.m. Police say that she is in good physical condition, although she is under observation.

Fernandez went missing from her 34th Street home at around 6 a.m. on Saturday. Her family posted pictures of her on Facebook to ask the public to help find her.

Fernandez suffers from severe depression, her sister Lisa Maria Fernandez said, and has been repeatedly hospitalized for her condition.

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charles a castro

Hahahahahaha, I got 32 thumbs down because I wrote “about time : A story with a good ending”. You feeble must still be hurt from my other comments.. Time for your ritalin and prozac feeble.

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d. schmidt

Depression is sometimes undetected cause ppl try to hide it. God grant her strength to realize life is a gift from God and when one of us needs help, NEVER hesitate to ask.

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Thomas Buckley

They should put a GPS device around her neck. Or, have her carry a cell phone that can be tracked.

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