Karen will face a flood risk for Puerto Rico, the US and the British Virgin Islands.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The search for a missing Kentucky woman in St. John in the US Virgin Islands since last week ended on Tuesday when Tropical Storm Karen approaches the islands.
The Virgin Islands National Park On Sunday, it was announced that Louisville's wife Lucy Schuhmann, 48, has been missing in St. John since September 19. John.
"Ms. Schuhmann was not checked out as planned, her belongings were in her room, and her rental jeep was subsequently found in the parking lot of the Salt Pond in the Virgin Islands National Park," the post said.
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"The weather conditions on Tuesday morning are cloudy and rainy and are expected to get worse as the tropical storm approaches Karen," the park said Tuesday on Facebook. "A tropical storm warning has been issued for the US Virgin Islands and the search efforts will be suspended until the storm is over and the conditions allow the effort to continue safely."
However, on the south coast of St. John, Schuhmann found no trace of the missing woman.
Schuhmann's family asked for privacy, it said in the park. Anyone with information is requested to call 866-995-8467 and choose option two.
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