TONTO BASIN, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – The parents of 6-year-old Willa Rawlings are grateful for the law enforcement agencies, search crews, and volunteers who are looking for their little girl who is still missing after the family’s truck was swept down Tonto Creek. Daniel Rawlings and his wife Lacey are devastated and heartbroken. But they are buoyed by the countless messages and prayers they’ve received over the last four days. "I want everyone to know we feel extremely loved and blessed to have such a great friendship and families surrounding us," Daniel said Monday. "There’s been hundreds of people supporting us, searching for our children. I want to embrace them in my arms and tell them one by one, which is not possible." Returning from a family visit, the Rawlingses were with their four children and three nieces when the military-style truck they were in was swept down Tonto Creek Friday. The family was crossing the flooded creek at the Bar X Crossing, which is east of State Route 188. The crossing had been […]