Hiker found alive after two weeks lost in Hawaii forest

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An American Hawaii woman has been found alive in a forest on Hawaii's Maui island after going missing more than two weeks ago.

"They found her in a deep ravine, basically unable to get out, as I understand it", he said.

"She has a fracture on her leg and she's got some things to contend with on her ankles... but overall you know her blood work was good..."

A video Haynes took at the hospital shows Cantellops and Helmers with Eller's father, discussing the call where he learned they found his daughter.

Eller's mother, Julia, said she "elated" by the good news. "So, I said, my auto is this way and I'm just going to keep going until I reach it". She had conquered so much to get to this point.

It had been 17 days since anyone had seen Amanda Eller.

"I had those moments of despair", Julia Eller said.

"I felt in my heart she was alive". She apparently went hiking without her phone.

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On May 25, 17 days after she went missing, the yoga instructor was spotted by a rescue helicopter deep in a creek bed between two waterfalls.

The family of Amanda Eller confirms that she has been found alive and was found in a forest in Maui. She ws taken to the hospital for a check up and is now safely back with her family.

The area where Eller was found is believed to have been roughly four miles from where her auto and cell phone were discovered on May 9, in the parking lot of the Kahakapao Loop Trail of the Makawao Forest Reserve, KGMB reported.

About 60 people were searching the area after Eller's disappearance, NBC reported.

She covered herself in ferns at night to stay warm, according to the publication, also sleeping in the mud and, one night, in a wild boar's nest.

Konkol said he and Eller have been dating for about a year. "I was like, 'Oh my God, ' and I just broke down and started bawling". Knowing there was little she could do to help the search from so far away, Olenik spent her time sharing Eller's story and helping those who never met Eller realize that she wasn't just some missing hiker, but a loving friend and a member of the Tampa Bay community.

They said she spotted them and they saw her at the same time, according to the FindAmanda page. "You really found her?' - and then just explosions on both ends", Berquist said.

Dr. Zora Bulatovic of the Maui Memorial Medical Center told reporters Saturday that Eller was resourceful, especially considering that a patient would normally be dehydrated after a similar experience. She even ate a couple of moths, Julia Eller said.