- 行方不明の（後出 go missing は行方不明になる）
- The Maui News
- 米新聞名（後出 (The New York) Times も米新聞名）
- physical therapist
- struggle to ～
- 小道（後出 cliff は崖）
- lose one's way
Hawaii woman missing for 2 weeks rescued from Maui forest
WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) -- A Hawaii woman was found alive in a forest on Maui island after going missing for more than two weeks.
The Maui News reported Amanda Eller, 35, was found injured in the Makawao Forest Reserve on May 24. Eller, a physical therapist and yoga instructor from the Maui town of Haiku, told The New York Times that she wanted to give up as she struggled to stay alive, but said, "The only option I had was life or death."
Eller went missing on May 8. She told the Times that she intended to go on a short trail walk, but she lost her way. During her ordeal, she fell off a cliff and fractured her leg.
Hundreds of volunteers searched for her. After 17 days of wandering, she saw a helicopter that had been sent to find her.
Her mother told The Maui News that Eller survived by staying near a water source and eating wild raspberries and strawberry guavas. Eller even ate a couple of moths, she said.