Man with Amnesia finds his family after searching for 11 years

A Florida man, who was found 11 years ago with no memory of his past, said he has finally found his family after years of searching. Benjaman Kyle, of Jacksonville, Florida, was found naked, covered in fire ants and unresponsive in 2004 at a Burger King in Georgia with no memory of his family or his identity.  Kyle took on his current name as he searched for a link to his past.

"I had no idea who I was. I couldn't remember," Kyle told ABC News in 2012. "I had no idea how I got there."
Diagnosed with amnesia, Kyle spent years searching for his family. The search paid off when he announced this month he had finally found biological family members.
A team of people helped sequence Kyle's DNA over the years and then look for potential matches.
“Many people had shared their DNA profiles so that they could be compared with mine,” Kyle wrote on his Facebook page.

“Through a process of elimination they determined my ancestral bloodline and who my relatives were. A DNA test taken by a close relative has confirmed that we are related.”
Kyle said he plans on visiting his family next week and is applying to get official identification cards with his actual name on them.
“I wish to thank all of my friends who have supported me over the years with a big thank you to the people who have helped me with this mess,” he said on Facebook.
Joshua Schrutt, a restaurant owner in Jacksonville who hired Kyle after hearing his story on the news, confirmed to ABC News that Kyle had found his family.
In his announcement that he found his family, Kyle did not confirm if any of his earlier memories of him being a craftsman and his name being Benjamin were correct.