Transcript for Search continues for those missing following devastating wildfire
desperate search under way for family members still missing after the wildfires. ABC's will Carr tonight, where family members have pinned images of their loved ones on a public wall. They are holding out hope. Reporter: They're more than just names and faces stuck on a board. They're sons and daughters, parents and grandparents. 130 people still unaccounted for after the camp fire utterly destroyed the town of paradise. Every day, there are names posted on boards like this. Joseph Wilson, Judy burgess. These are the faces of the missing. This is me, Matthew Flanagan. Reporter: One man on the list showing up looking for his family. Many others now living with their kids in tents surrounded by smothering smoke in a Walmart parking lot. How long are you planning on being here for? Until they tell us we can't be. Reporter: Residents displaced across California. The woolsey fire charring nearly 100,000 acres in Los Angeles county. Actor pierce Brosnan, his home saved, making an emotional plea. My wife and I are here today and speaking on behalf of friends, mothers, children, to give voice to their pain and their destitution this day. And will Carr joins us live from paradise, California. And will, as we saw from that tent city, so many people there lost everything. I know they need help tonight. Reporter: David, with all this devastation, they are in dire need. Restaurants are giving free meals to both victims and first responders. The red cross and other organizations are on the ground. One mother told me she's grateful, because she doesn't know where her family will be sleeping next week. David? With Thanksgiving just days away. Glad to know the red cross is there and on the ground. Will Carr, thank you. In other news tonight, the
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