Kevin Baclig has been looking for his family and her parents ever since they went missing on August 8 when a fire engulfed and destroyed the Pacific area of Lahaina. The days of waiting have gotten harder and harder as the conflict get longer and longer. In the hopes that passersby would recognize the faces on the leaflets he brings with him, the man has wandered from shelter to shelter. In an effort to find his wife Angelica and her relatives, Joel and Adela Villegas, Baclig, 30, has driven back and forth to Lahaina. There are still no records for six additional family who lived next door. I won’t give up, I promise.
Continue reading: After the Maui fireplace, it’s difficult to let go of trust because the chances of finding still-missing loved ones are dwindling.