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Topic - Kevin Rebello
"I have been constantly thinking it is going to be again the same agony, even tonight, because it is going to be the same exact moment when all this happened," he told The Associated Press on Sunday. "So my heart is beating a bit faster, I guess."
"I haven't lost hope yet. Anything can still happen, a miracle. He may be injured; he may have lost consciousness; anything may have happened. I still have hope, I always have hope; hope is the last thing to die," Mr. Rebello said. "I hope I will find him as soon as possible, to bring him home."