A missing woman was found alive in the trunk of a car by passersby.

Two women in Louisville, Kentucky, said they heard a "thump, thump" sound as they walked through a parking lot in the area of their daughters' school.

They called 911, but when they walked past again later, the noise was still coming from the car and no help had arrived.

One of the women then took matters into her own hands and grabbed a brick and threw it through the front window so they could pop the trunk.

No arrests have been made yet. The missing woman, Aundrea Stone, was hospitalized with a broken arm.

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"I feel like just rejoicing that she is alive," said Carla Blevins, family friend.

What Chaplin didn't know is Stone's loved ones were actively looking for her. Blevins even searched the area where she was found earlier in the day.

Carl Fletcher is the pastor of Stone's church. He says on Friday she was supposed to pick her daughter up from class, but never showed up.

"We knew that something was going because everything was out of character for her," said Fletcher.

Fletcher says Stone was last seen at a relative's apartment in Okolonaa. She was driving her daughter's green Mazda, the same car she was found in.

"I just thank God she is alive," said Fletcher.

Police credit the good Samaritans for taking matters into their own hands. It's a reality that is still setting in for Chaplin.

"We don't know what she's been through," said Chaplin. "It's a blessing and it is odd that to me that it took for us to walk by to save her life, I'm just glad we saved her life."

Fletcher says Stone doesn't have any memory of what happen or who did this. They believe she was hit in the head. She suffered some head trauma and a broken elbow. She is currently at University Hospital.

Police aren't sure how long she was in the car. Investigators have taken it in for testing and ask if you have any information call the tip line at 574-LMPD.