More than a week after Harvey, families still searching for 14 missing loved ones

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More than a week after the storm hit, family members are still searching for missing loved ones. (KTRK)

On top of all of Harvey's flooding and devastation, families are still looking for missing loved ones more than a week after the storm hit.

Around the area, 14 people are still missing. Among the missing is Jim Simmon of Montrose, an award-winning journalist who formerly worked for the Houston Press, the Houston Chronicle and the Bryan-College Station Eagle.

Simmon, who suffers from early onset dementia, was last seen at the Black Hole Coffee Shop off of Richmond Avenue, about 20 miles from his home.

Authorities have accounted for 118 people, including those who have been confirmed dead.

"They don't know where they might have been evacuated to based on where they lived, they don't remember phone numbers or they lost their own cell phone," said Texas Center for the Missing CEO Beth Alberts.

Alberts said a limited amount of information about those who are missing has hindered search efforts. Photos are only available for five of the missing.

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