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A Michigan doctor has been found dead under the ice of a frozen pond, five days after going missing from his nearby home.
(BLDPS) confirmed that divers had "from a pond on the property near his residence" around 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
"After not locating anything on land, holes were cut in the ice of a pond on the property yesterday andtoday," the BLDPS said.
Payan was last scene exiting his home Thursday afternoon, via password-protected security cameras that detectives were able to eventually gain access to on Monday, authorities said.
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"Detectives believe Dr. Payan would have been deceased, prior to when he was reported missing, due to the weather conditions on the day that he left his residence and the fact that he was in the water," they added.
The BLDPS also noted that prior to Payan's body being located, his property had been searched "with K-9 dogs, drones and on foot."
"The Jackson County Medical Examiner's Officeand toxicology testing, which will aid in further investigating this incident," they added.
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The update from the BLDPS concluded, "We would like to thank the Jackson County Dive Team, Michigan Search and Rescue, J-DART, the neighbors, and the public for their assistance during this incident. Our thoughts are with Dr. Payan's family and friends."
The tragic events occurred hours after Payan — who specialized in psychiatry and graduated from Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2017, according to— was seen leaving his place of employment, Henry Ford Jackson Hospital, on Thursday.
"Hisin Leoni Township, but he has had no contact with his employer, family or friends," the BLDPS said on Sunday.
Payan's death comes amidthat have swept the Midwest and East Coast of the U.S. as of late, including a historic winter storm that dumped up to 50 inches of snow in western New York over the holiday weekend. The storm has , including 27 in Buffalo.
late Monday, New York's Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said 14 victims were found outside while others died amid power outages and as emergency responders experienced storm-related delays.
How many Americans are postponing doc visits due to cost .
Americans have a tough choice to make: See a doctor or feed their families. One-third facing a medical emergency prolong seeing the doctor because they can’t afford the treatment. More than 3 in 4 are torn between buying daily necessities like food or paying down their medical debt. A Regions Bank manager and spokesperson of the survey says ignoring your health can lead to more expensive treatments later.“Medical events can be traumatic and unpredictable – and the resulting debt can add greater stress to the healing process,” Joye Hehn says.