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ESCAMBIA COUNTY   --  The last time anyone has seen Tiffany Daniels, 25, was August 12 in a Pensacola State College parking lot.  Her family is now desperately searching for answers.

"When you see her best friend walks in and you know that she knows nothing, reality kicks in after a while and you can only stay positive for so long" said Angela Huntsinger, sister. ...

Source: www.weartv.com/

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