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Woman visits site where bodies of husband and daughter were found

Yoko Casados Yoko Casados
Stephanie Casados Stephanie Casados

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A woman whose husband and daughter apparently drowned visited the area where their bodies were found.

Yoko Casados and her son, Charlie, went to Makapuu Saturday afternoon. Casados said she wanted to see the site and leave some flowers.

The bodies of Charles Casados and his daughter Stephanie, 11, where found near the Makapuu tidepools on Thursday. Around his neck, Charlie Casados wore a digital camera that authorities recovered at the tidepools, which contained photos of the pair's final outing. Yoko Casados said on Saturday, her son and his friends found Stephanie's swim goggles

"Very dangerous there," she said. 

Charles and Yoko separated more than two years ago, but she said that they had talked recently about getting back together. She said she knew something was wrong when he didn't return with his daughter Wednesday night. Her fears increased when Stephanie failed to show up for school on Thursday.

"Very sad story," Yoko Casados said, "I just want my husband and daughter back. I cannot believe this is happening."

Charles Casados was a real estate agent and a father of three. Stephanie was a sixth grader at Kaimuki Middle School.

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