LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — New details are unfolding on the tragic accident where a car struck and killed a 3-year-old boy in Lynchburg last week after ABC 13 obtained search warrants on Monday.
One search warrant revealed that the driver, who was driving a truck, indicated to police that they did not see the child before the crash.
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The documents also said that multiple eyewitnesses described the child approaching the truck perpendicular to the driver's side.
In addition, some witnesses indicated the truck was traveling in reverse at the time of the crash, but the driver and other witnesses said the truck was traveling forward.
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Around 7 p.m. on April 18, the Lynchburg Police Department said officers and medics arrived at the incident on Beverly Hills Circle for reports of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle.
The pedestrian was a 3-year-old who died from their injuries from the crash.
We later learned that the boy's name was Logan Kozlowski.
A Celebration of Life was held for Logan and his family on Sunday at Timberlake Church. The community also showed its support through a GoFundMe page and Meal Train page.
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ABC13 did reach out to LPD on Monday asking for information on how this happened and whether anyone has been arrested or charged in the case.
We received the following response:
"Our Traffic Safety Unit is still investigating the incident at this point, any new information will be sent out as an update to the original press release."