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Successful photographer, daughter and three other family members all missing in collapse

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People gather at a vigil, late Monday, June 28, 2021, in Surfside, Fla. The vigil remembered those that died, are missing and those injured after a residential building collapsed last Thursday. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)

Family members and friends are still praying that the resumed search for their loved ones who are unaccounted for will have a positive ending. And, if the missing are not found alive, family members are still praying for a body to bury.

Among the missing in the Surfside collapse is freelance photographer Graciela Cattarossi, 48 whose photos have appeared in Martha Stewart Living, Vanity Fair and Travel and Leisure.

Her friends said that her 7-year-old daughter was the light of her life.

Five members of one family are among those unaccounted for one week since the collapse.

Cattarossi lived in Apartment 501 at Champlin Towers South, with her daughter, parents Graciela and Gino Cattarossi.

Her sister, Andrea, an architect in Pilar, Argentina was visiting and is missing, according to Associated Press.

Friends and Family say that Andrea was visiting to help care for her Father, with his upcoming surgery.