MADISON COUNTY, Ark. -- Josh Allen and nearly 200 other volunteers have boots on the ground in Huntsville, all to find 18 month old Krystal Wiggins. It's a task Allen or his other Salvation Army responders take lightly.
"Doesn't matter who they are, if we know them or not, we are here to serve," said Allen. "Spend a lot of time in prayer, especially on the way out here. Praying for the family to have peace. I think we all know what the outcome will be, but maybe we can give them some closure."
Major Dan Matthews and Allen all went out to the creek side and joined recovery efforts.
"We're geared up to get out there today in the thick of it and get wet, whatever we've got to do," said Matthews.
Hiking boots, bug spray and plenty of water to take on the elements.
"We're hoping to find the baby girls and give the family closure, that;s what we're hoping to do today. They're grief stricken of course and so we are hoping to help in some small way," said Matthews.
It's a task not all are up to, but these guys gladly take on the mission.
"We don't take it lightly and understand the gravity of it and we really want to help the family put closure to all of this," said Matthews.
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