GRDA Working Drowning on Hudson Lake - KOAM TV 7

GRDA Working Drowning on Hudson Lake


The Grand River Dam Authority police conducted an all night search with no success at this time in recovering the body of a drowning victim. 
A 22 year old mother of two drowned after jumping into Lake Hudson  across from Salina in Mayes County for a swim.  
GRDA officials say  Kari Lyn Ogden of Sand Springs didn't have a life jacket and when winds caused  her boat  to drift away, she went under in waves.. Her husband attempted to find her and screamed for help. A couple came to help in a boat and  had to pull the husband from the waters.  
GRDA crews searched by helicopter and boat Saturday night through this Sunday evening for her body but wind was making it difficult. Ogden's two children ages 3 and 5 were also in the boat.
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