JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The wife of Justin Walker, one of the missing fireman lost at sea after leaving from Port Canveral Friday for a fishing trip, took to the sky to find her husband.
"We're going to do it as long as it takes," said Natasha Walker.
Walker, a firefighter from Fairfax Virginia, has been lost at sea with Jacksonville firefighter Brian McCluney for five days.
"Just holding onto my love and my faith," said Natasha Walker.
She took to the air Tuesday, covering 100 square miles.
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"I called her Hawkeye because several times she saw things. I would turn the plane around, circle around," said Joe Hurston, pilot and president of Air Mobile Ministries.
Hurston wanted to help and volunteered to take her up.
"She's out here doing something. She's looking for her husband. That's incredible," he said.
As the days and hours go by, Natasha said she's hoping for help with the navigation.
"I'm just looking, I'm just searching and looking, praying, begging God that now is the time to put him in my path," said Walker.
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