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GRDA Still Searching Lake Hudson for Missing Woman

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The Grand River Dam Authority say they are still searching Lake Hudson for 22-year-old Kari Lyn Ogden of Sand Springs.

According to the GRDA, she jumped in, with a life vest on, to swim and the boat moved away from her.

At this time, crews are facing difficult wind conditions and have to dive to search, rather than use their sonar equipment.

Both the GRDA and the Salina Fire Department went out to a 911 call near Snowdale State Park on Lake Hudson around 7:30 p.m., Saturday evening, according to a GRDA news release.

As soon as they arrived, they were told about the missing female, last seen in the water.

Both agencies, immediately, started recovery efforts.

Local neighbors tell KTUL they saw four boats head out into the water.

KTUL has a crew on the scene and will update KTUL.com as soon as information becomes available.

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