Transcript for Family reunites people with portraits left behind in closed photo shop
Finally tonight, America strong. We told you about one family's mission to get so many family photos back to their rightful but what happened after. We told you about Brian bononi and his family from Kansas City, Missouri. So many memories in here. Dad, Brian, an architect on a job. Measuring this building. A photo studio that abruptly closed. He found stacks of photos still there. And was determined to find their rightful owners. Name, last name, first name, different lists. His daughter helping, too. The family portraits, to newborn babies, graduation photos. They reunited dozens of families with their photos. The jurgins getting their photo. But there was one photo he asked for help with. Hi, David. Asking right here, can you imagine coordinating outfits, family schedules, for this one. Can you imagine getting this large of a family together, and then never getting the canvas from this photoshoot? He wanted to know if anyone watching knew this family. We would love to get you guys your photos back. Thanks, David. Tonight, Brian telling us his family was inundated with calls. In fact, a cousin was watching. Welcome to our house. And that cousin sent mom Laurice martin and her son to pick up their family photo. That's it. Yes. Four generations in that Hi, David. That grateful mom holding on, telling us her daughter in the photo is going through a cancer battle. This is my daughter right here. They all wanted to get together for Delilah -- they're in this fight together. This portrait is very important to me. Sending us this new photo tonight. Mom and daughter facing that fight, with the family photo they'd never thought they'd get back. Mom and daughter and Delilah, we are cheering you on. I'm David Muir. I'll see you tomorrow.
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