PUTNAM COUNTY, FL -- As new developments in the disappearance of 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings slow down, the community support for the little girls family just continues to grow.
Family members have stayed nearly around the clock at their camps in the neighborhood where Haleigh was last seen.
"You look around and you think people don't care anymore and they don't want to help anymore and you have a tragedy hits you like this and people come out of the woodworks," says Haleigh's grandmother Marie Griffis.
They bring pillows, blankets, tents and chairs, and every day more hot food.
And Sunday night Marie Griffis's coworkers, other Baker County school bus drivers, came to the family vigil to show their support.
Neither Griffis or her daughter, Haleigh's mother Crystal Sheffield, have been able to go home to Baker County now for two weeks.
Griffis says she isn't discouraged that there have been no new developments in the last few days.
And she plans to continue on with the vigils every night, for as long as it takes.
"We all feel like Haleigh's okay, I guess you could say it's mom's intuition and because she's my maternal grandchild, my close connection with her, I know she's okay. In the pit of my stomach I know she's fine, I just don't know where she's at."
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