1. STILL of Devonte Hart (left) hugging Portland police Sgt. Bret Barnum, at a rally where people had gathered in support of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri; Hart is now one of three children still missing after a vehicle fell off a cliff
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Mendocino County, California - 27 March, 2018
2. STILL of cliff where vehicle plunged about 100 feet (31-metres). Vehicle visible overturned in lower right of photo
3. STILL of upturned vehicle
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Mendocino County, California - 28 March, 2018
4. STILL of cliff where accident occurred
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Authorities in northern California believe two women were with all six of their adopted children when their vehicle plunged off a 100-foot (31-metre) cliff along the Pacific Ocean in northern California.
The drop killed Jennifer and Sarah Hart, both 39, and their children Markis Hart, 19; Jeremiah Hart, 14; and Abigail Hart, 14; Hannah Hart, 16; Devonte Hart, 15; and Sierra Hart, 12, have not been found.
The family gained attention after Devonte Hart was photographed during a 2014 protest in Portland, Oregon, over a grand jury's decision not to indict a police officer in the shooting of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri. The boy, holding a "Free Hugs" sign, stood crying. A Portland officer saw his sign and asked if he could have a hug, and an emotional Hart embraced him in a picture that was widely shared.