The family and friends of the 17 people who remain missing after Tuesday morning’s deadly mudslides in Montecito have taken to social media to publicly ask for information about their loved ones. Among those still unaccounted for are James and Alice Mitchell; Sawyer and Morgan Corey; Loring Taylor, his wife Perm, her son Pinit, and Pinit’s family; Josie Gower; and Peter Fleurat.
I'm looking for my grandparents, James and Alice Mitchell. Their residence was at 319 Hot Springs Rd and the home was destroyed. I'm hoping someone out there has seen them in the evacuation shelters and can give us some info. #CAStorm #Montecito #MontecitoFlood pic.twitter.com/V1RrYkjiYi— megan (@OssumBunz) January 10, 2018
Isacc, Johnny, &Gus are looking for their friend Larry. If you’ve seen him please have him contact either of them! @KEYTNC3 @KEYTNC3JohnP @KEYTNC3Tracy @KEYTNC3Alan @KEYTNC3CJ @KEYTNC3Joe I @KEYTNC3Alys @KEYTNC3Stacy @KEYTNC3Beth #ThomasFlood #MontecitoFlood pic.twitter.com/IJOxB6zyWM— Leah Grace (@leeuhh5) January 10, 2018
MISSING IN MONTECITO— Andrew Taylor (@taylorandrewj) January 10, 2018
Searching for my Uncle Loring Taylor, his wife Perm, her son Pinit, and Pinit's family. Live on East Valley Road near Sycamore Canyon Road.
No word since #MontecitoFlood.
Please share. pic.twitter.com/YsqThHXChG
My friends daughters are missing! Please help find them. A mudslide devoured their home at 3am.— Nicole Burke (@nicoleburkeAD) January 10, 2018
Sawyer (12) Morgan (25)
1231 E valley rd Santa Barbara
Please RT#missing #missingperson #Montecito #SantaBarbara #mudslides pic.twitter.com/DI9Eb629vO