MEDICAL NEEDS #MISSING: Clint Miller, 26 - Liberty County, TEXAS

It's been an agonizing couple of weeks for the family of 26-year-old Clint Miller.
He was last seen on Memorial Day, before his home burned to the ground later that night. By the next morning, rising floodwaters surrounded his neighborhood.
"This is so overwhelming," said Edward Miller, Clint's father. "It really hurts."
Relatives say Miller suffers seizures and are concerned he may have collapsed somewhere.
Investigators have not yet determined what caused the fire.
Investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire, and, they say, they don't have any clues on what might have happened to the 26-year-old. His family says they were able to track his last cell phone signal to an area that is now covered in water.
Volunteers from Texas Equusearch planned to help in the rescue efforts, but because of high water, they had to postpone their search.
Miller has two young boys who were planning to visit at the end of the month.
"He told me he needed to work to have money for his baby's birthday. He wouldn't miss it," said MIller's mother Natalie Scott.
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