Four-year-old twin girls Adele and Elisabetta were out with their family in Udine, Italy, this week when they went missing — and so many people spent hours looking for them.
When it got dark out, people got even more worried about them. When local resident Alexei Coianiz heard about the missing girls, he knew he had to help. By that time, it was 11 p.m., and the girls were still nowhere to be found. He and a friend, Francesco, started out driving, keeping their eyes and ears open. There was a traffic jam in the town because of how many people were out looking for Adele and Elisabetta.
Alexei and Francesco decided the search would be easier out of the car. As they walked on foot, they joined up with a stranger, Silvio, who said that he felt it was his duty to look for the girls because he's a father. Together, they went into the woods with flashlights.