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Hospital seeks help in identifying patient

Citizen Staff Writer



University Medical Center staff have been unable to identify a patient who has been at the hospital since Feb. 1.

The patient, who may be named Ernesto or Neto Lopez, was hit by a car on the South Side, stated a hospital flier requesting help in identifying the man. The extent of his injuries was not provided.

The patient may live in or have friends living in the Barrio Hollywood neighborhood. He speaks English and Spanish, but has given staff members several names.

The patient is in his early 60s, is about 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs 110 to 120 pounds. He has graying hair and is missing the majority of his teeth.

He was wearing an L.L. Bean khaki jacket and jeans when admitted to the hospital and was not carrying any identification.

Anybody who may know the patient or his family is asked to call 694-6035.

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