Friends and family of Amanda Eller posted an announcement in the late afternoon on May 24 saying that she had been found.
Police released CCTV footage of the physical therapist stopping at the Ha'iku Post Office, on the day she went out for a hike in the nature reserve.
Her boyfriend reported her missing on May 9, the same day her vehicle and cell phone were found in the parking lot of the Kahakapao Loop Trail of the Makawao Forest Reserve.
Eller was looking for food when they saw her, Berquist said.
"And those two things together are tied with her knowledge of the local vegetation there and the plenty of water, our attractive tropical climate", he said, adding that he knew all along "she can make it". She was found roughly four miles from that parking lot, authorities said.
Video posted to the Facebook page shows searchers and dogs at the site where her auto was found. Searchers Troy Helmer, Javier Cantellops and Chris Berquist spotted the missing hiker from air, foraging for food. "So I just want to encourage everyone to not give up hope". "Amanda Eller is alive!" the announcement read.
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"She figured it out, she was smart, she was strong, she was prepared".
Konkol had been searching every day since the search began for Eller, search volunteers told Maui Now.
Konkol later told ABC News he was never considered a suspect in her disappearance, and that he voluntarily took - and passed - a lie detector test.
"I was crying tears of joy", Eller's mother told KHON.
It was not immediately clear how or to what extent Eller was injured, but Berquist said Eller was "very alert" and "very surprised to see us". She was deep in a creek bed between two waterfalls.
If I let myself get mired in self pity of how bad this is, I can't help her if I'm caught up in that.
The successful rescue mission capped off a 17-day search in which friends and family of the Mechanicsville native had offered a $50,000 reward for information about what they feared was a possible abduction. "I'm so incredibly grateful".