WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) Family and friends held a candle light vigil Tuesday evening for a 34-year-old Utah man who disappeared while vacationing in Hawaii.
Rescue crews responded the report of two men swept into the ocean by a wave at the "Olivine Pools" in Kahakuloa Monday.
Steven Espinoza, 34, another man and two women were on a cliff standing near the water's edge taking photos when waves broke over the rock.
The two women were dragged across the rock. The other man was knocked into the water. He was eventually rescued but Espinoza was nowhere to be found.
Crews have been using planes and boats in the search.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to help Espinoza's family cover search expenses.
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