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Andrea Knabel, 37, was missing on the morning of August 13 from her Audubon Park neighborhood in Kentucky

A single mother of two, 37, who volunteered for a group that helps find missing people, disappears near her home in Kentucky

  • Andrea Knabel, 37, was missing in the morning of August 13 from her Audubon Park neighborhood in Louisville
  • She was last seen on the phone with a friend and asked for a ride at 1.30 am while walking to her mother's house
  • Her sister Erin said that Andrea was upset when she left her house, but it is different that she disappears
  • The single mother of two was recently fired from work and had her car in a hit-and-run crash
  • Knabel has done volunteer work at the Missing in America group
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A single mother of two from Kentucky who is a member of a group helping to find missing people is now the subject of a massive search after she disappeared from her neighborhood more than two weeks ago.

Andrea Knabel, 37, was last seen leaving her sister's home in the 400 block of Fincastle Road in Louisville at 1 p.m. on August 13.

Her sister, Erin Knabel, said that Andrea was upset and was seen talking on her cell phone as she walked to their mother's house, half a mile away near Audubon Park.

Andrea Knabel, 37, was missing on the morning of August 13 from her Audubon Park neighborhood in Kentucky

She has not been seen or heard since
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She has not been seen or heard since

Andrea Knabel, 37, was missing in the morning of August 13 from her Audubon Park neighborhood in Louisville. She has not been seen or heard since

She was last in conversation with a friend on the phone since about 1.30 a.m. while walking in the 400 block of Fincastle Road in Louisville (photo)

She was last in conversation with a friend on the phone since about 1.30 a.m. while walking in the 400 block of Fincastle Road in Louisville (photo)

She was last in conversation with a friend on the phone since about 1.30 a.m. while walking in the 400 block of Fincastle Road in Louisville (photo)

According to family members, Andrea has been struggling since she lost her job as an analyst at health insurer Humana and her car crashed into a fatal crash earlier this year.

Erin, however, emphasized that it is different from Andrea to take off without telling anyone. She did not say why the mother of two was upset on the morning of her disappearance.

"She is caring and considerate of others," said Erin Dateline from NBC. "She is a pleasure to be with and my life will not be the same until she returns."

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Knabel & # 39; s last known contact was at 1.30 am on the day of her disappearance when she called a friend who asked for a ride. Since then, all calls to her telephone have gone directly to voicemail.

"I hope she didn't get on a busy main road … and made a ride with someone to go to someone else's house and never made it and got into the wrong car," her father said, Mike Knabel, CBS News.

The Louisville police launched an investigation into missing persons and went looking for Knabel

The Louisville police launched an investigation into missing persons and went looking for Knabel

The Louisville police launched an investigation into missing persons and went looking for Knabel

The police in Louisville have started an investigation into missing persons and have followed tips.

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Since she lost her job, Knabel, who raises two sons, aged six and eight, has been a volunteer with the group Missing in America, which focuses on finding missing children and adults in the US.

The organization has joined the search for Knabel and has shared information about its case on its Facebook page.

Another page, Find Andrea, was made to post updates about the search and to raise awareness of the Knabel case.

Missing in America's founder, Nancy Schaefer, said Knabel helped find many people, and now volunteers from all over the country have come to Louisville to help find her.

Knabel is the first member of the group that has disappeared since its foundation.

Her sister Erin said that Andrea was sad and upset when she left her house on the morning of her disappearance, but it is different that she disappears
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Her sister Erin said that Andrea was sad and upset when she left her house on the morning of her disappearance, but it is different that she disappears

Her sister Erin said that Andrea was sad and upset when she left her house on the morning of her disappearance, but it is different that she disappears

Andrea has been struggling to lose her job as an analyst at a health insurance company and to have her car crashed earlier this year

Andrea has been struggling to lose her job as an analyst at a health insurance company and to have her car crashed earlier this year

The woman has two young sons

The woman has two young sons

Andrea has been struggling to lose her job as an analyst at a health insurance company and to have her car crashed earlier this year

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& # 39; I'm not going to stop looking for her, & # 39; Schaefer said. "She is my best friend … She is one of our own friends and we are going to fight for her. We're going to find her. & # 39;

Knabel is described as white with light brown hair. She is about 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds. She was last seen in a light-colored tank top and white shorts.

Anyone with information about Knabel's whereabouts is asked to contact the Louisville Metro Police Department at 502-574-LMPD, investigator Tracy Leonard at 502-618-9337, investigator Dan Washington at 502-722-8181, or Missing in America founder Schaefer Smith at 502-500-3026.

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