UPDATE: Police identify woman pulled from Hawk Island Sunday afternoon in Lansing

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UPDATE (11:06 a.m. 3/9/2020):

The woman who was pulled out of Hawk Island Park Sunday afternoon has been identified.

Taelyr Padgett, 27, of Lansing was found unresponsive when officers found her in the water.

Lansing Police were dispatched to the park located at the 1600 block of E. Cavanaugh to check whether she was moving.

Padgett was transported to a local hospital and later pronounced dead. An autopsy is expected to be done soon.

6 News will update this story with more information as details become available.

LANSING (WLNS) – Lansing Fire Department pulled a woman out of Hawk Island Park around 12:00 P.M. today.

6 News is still working to learn more details, but we do know the woman is in her 20’s.

She was found by someone who was passing by.

Right now, we do not know if she is alive or not.

Police tell us she was lifted out of the water by the Lansing Fire Department and then transported to a local hospital.

Police say, this remains under investigation at this time.

Stay with 6 News as we continue to learn more information as they become available.

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