Searchers Turn to Gps and Live Streams

WAILUKU, MAUI (Ben Caxton) — As the search continues for a Maui woman who disappeared apparently while hiking on May 8th the searchers are going high tech. The Maui News is reporting that volunteers searching for 35-year-old Amanda Heller are now using GPS devices and computers with live feeds and real-time data set up in the parking lot of the Forest Reserve where her vehicle was found on Maui. Would-be rescuers have hope that Eller is still alive and lost somewhere in the reserver and are using the GPS search information to fill in a live map of the area. Police gave up actively searching last week, but say they are following up leads, looking for people who may have seen Heller at the park. They do not suspect foul play in her disappearance.

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