WEST POINT, NE — Family members of Frank and Yvonne Pivonka say the last time they heard from the couple was late Saturday night.Monday morning their car was found in the back yard of a West Point family buried in the woods."We couldn't get a hold of them, so we called the police. It had been about 38 hours. I said you need to ping their phones, if they're still on, so we could find them," said victim's sister Gina Engohang.The Cuming County Sheriff's Office says the Pivonka's were headed south on Highway 275 when they lost control, went down into a ditch, and flipped several times.Neither was wearing a seat belt and they were thrown from the vehicle.They leave behind seven children.
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