Family of missing mother shares how hard Mother's Day has been for them

Erica Hernandez was last seen in southwest Houston on April 18, and her family said they are not going to give up looking for her.
3:41 | 05/10/21

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Transcript for Family of missing mother shares how hard Mother's Day has been for them
He's it is. On. Whose number. Is and our law are no. A loving daughter sister. Mother B and friend. You know me about it there's been beaten him pointers and I don't relate to bring toward citizens. And news. Well when Erika Hernandez was born and raised in Houston and is known for always putting Finley first and giving all she had to others. She would definitely. Want to continue in school pretty sure it. He and playing. Some very important. I am not confident. This time. It's hard. Her family and her children six year old Dennis her nineteen year old daughter Teresa. And her young as Luciano are forced to deal with unimaginable pain this Mother's Day Greece's says her three year old brother. Has been asking when mom is coming home there's there isn't picture room freeze. And used by. Eric asked my mom and me. You know. Pinkie. Because he had an idea what's going. And I just didn't want her back thirteen am. You know he leaned his. We had grown up with Karen she's an everything's Kent rose. It's hard because she can hear you do. She captured him. It's been 21 gates Erica honey and this was last seen leaving her friend's house in southwest Houston around 2:30 AM on April 18. Erica was driving her 20/20 black GMC Acadia and she sent a text message to her friend around 3 AM letting her know she was five minutes away from home. According to Houston police aircrew was spotted near south post oak. And court wrote around that time the feeling has not seen any surveillance video or evidence of that citing. Sometime after that authorities say Airgas cellphone and OnStar stop sending location signals. And the type to just say OK today. I'm not calling that is. Just like really reiterate bad and somebody had hatched to have happen. For her not to. Here today. This week their search shifted to a park in Missouri City investigators found a truck. But it was not connected to Hernandez's case he's in police have not ruled out foul play. But with Erica and her suvs still missing investigators and the FBI did not have much to go on there's not. Not chasing her know that night TV and hurt counts you know. There's no sighting of her vehicle specifically. You know that's a car we're not seeing them. Anything you knowing you. Really can't be because. He's just too many pieces standard. It just due respect it's a big hurry hurry and we just can't print here. Her family just wants to know what happened to ever find your and bring Erica Kern and is home. And we're coming. There couldn't. Then sued to survive. And I say if you're watching you should know that we love healing. We're not gonna stop no matter what it takes. Roxy was so happy. ABC thirteen Eyewitness News.

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