Union Gap woman found after missing for over a week
KITTITAS COUNTY, Wash -- Search and Rescue crews from Kittitas, Yakima, and King County are looking for 20-year-old Kaylynn Johnson.
Johnson had been missing since June 23rd in the Little Naches National Forest area north of Highway 410, east of Chinook Pass.
The Kittitas County Sheriff's Office says Johnson was riding on a 1974 Harley Davidson motorcycle with 61 year old Patrick Frawley of Yakima when they crashed off of an embankment.
Frawley walked out of the woods Monday afternoon at around 3PM near the Woodshed Restaurant on HWY 410 and was taken to Yakima Memorial by ambulance with non-life threatening injuries, disorientation, and dehydration.
Frawley told Kittitas County detectives that, after the wreck, he and Johnson walked until dark, built a fire and spent the first night on a small landing. The next day, due to his health and slow pace, Johnson headed down to find help. That was the last time he saw her. It took him two more days to work his way out.
The Kittitas Sheriff says searchers have found the motorcycle and the fire pit where the two spent the first night.
Kaylynn is 4’11, 190lbs, last seen wearing a pink tank top, shorts, and a Harley Davidson jacket. Anyone with any information concerning her whereabouts is asked to contact the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office at 509-925-8534