CHICAGO (WLS) -- Garfield Park will reopen to the public on Monday, more than one week after the remains of a toddler were found in the lagoon.
The lagoon was drained so investigators could search for other remains, but nothing was found, officials said. A dam built to help in the draining process will be released Monday. The lagoon may take some time to fill depending on when and how much rain comes this way.
A toddler's head and foot were found in the water the weekend of September 5. DNA and forensic testing are underway to try and determine that child's identity.
Garfield Park to reopen, No other remains found in lagoon