In her grief, Rae Smith found solace Wednesday.
She knew her daughter's friends never stopped looking for her after her car was swallowed by Saturday's deadly Oso mudslide.
Smith also knows it was Summer Raffo's brother, Dayn Brunner, who lovingly lifted his sister from her mud-encased car Wednesday.
"He held her and he cried over her before they flew her out," Smith says.
Raffo, two weeks shy of her 37th birthday, was pathologically punctual, which is why Smith immediately suspected the worst Saturday.
Raffo was driving west toward Trafton for an 11 a.m. appointment. A graduate of farrier school, she had several horses whose hooves needed trimming.
"She never didn't show up on time for an appointment - ever," Smith says.