Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
Firstly do not use the car, it is either the water pump or the thermostat, sounds like the thermostat as you said it showed no signs of overheating. check that first as that is the cheapest part. if it is the water pump then again this might cause it to suddenly bubble up as the water is not been sent through the rad to cool. that rumbbling noise is the hot water and air, this will blow the head gasket and would be very expensive to get fixed.
Finally and quite unlikely the radiator could be blocked, doubtful but again worth a check, I would go for the water pump though as you said the water is coming from the middle of the engine. do be aware though that water could have came from the water bottle where you put it in. So would suggest the thermostat again.
Hope this helps
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