Amanda Eller, missing for 2 weeks in a Hawaiian forest, found alive | NBC NEWS

A 35-year-old hiker who was missing for more than two weeks was found alive on Friday in a Hawaiian forest, the woman’s mother confirmed to NBC News affiliate KHNL in Honolulu.

Amanda Eller was reported missing in Maui on May 9 after she didn’t return from the Makawao Forest Reserve, a 2,093-acre area thick with trees and trails that are popular among hikers and mountain bikers. Her vehicle had been found near the park with her wallet and cellphone inside.

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Family of missing Hawaii yoga instructor fears foul play | New York Post

The family of a Hawaii yoga instructor who went missing on a hike fears foul play may be involved in her disappearance.

Amanda Eller, 35, was reported missing Thursday after she failed to return from a routine hike on a Makawao Forest Reserve trail in Maui, according to The Maui News. Her vehicle was later discovered in the parking lot with her cellphone and wallet.

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