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According to the coroner’s findings, the teen actor was born in British Columbia and died of a fentanyl overdose.

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VANCOUVER — A B.C. coroner’s report says teen entertainer Logan Williams, who played the youthful Barry Allen in CW’s “The Flash,” kicked the bucket from a fentanyl glut. Williams, who was brought into the world in Coquitlam, B.C., was 16 when he passed on April 2, 2020. The report delivered Thursday records “intense medication poisonousness” as the reason for death, which was delegated inadvertent.

The report dated May 10 says Williams had a background marked by devouring illegal substances. Williams began acting at 10 years old and showed up in other TV programs, including “When Calls the Heart” and “The Whispers.” The report says Williams had been under the watchful eye of the Ministry of Children and Family Development since 2019.

On the evening before his passing, it says he was accounted for missing to police however when he returned at around 11 p.m. to the spot he was getting care, Williams “seemed upset and affected by a substance.” The report says he last addressed staff at around 4 a.m. on April 2, and he was the subject of hourly checks and seemed, by all accounts, to be sleeping.The report says Williams had been under the watchful eye of the Ministry of Children and Family Development since 2019.

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On the evening before his passing, it says he was accounted for missing to police however when he returned at around 11 p.m. to the spot he was getting care, Williams “seemed disturbed and affected by a substance.” The report says he last addressed staff at around 4 a.m. on April 2, and he was the subject of hourly checks and seemed, by all accounts, to be sleeping.When they attempted to wake him at about 9:30 a.m., he was inert and wasn’t relaxing. At the point when paramedics showed up, they didn’t attempt to revive him since “it was evident that Logan was expired,” says the report. Medication gear was found close to his body, it says.

On Feb. 26, 2020, Williams was revived after an excess and determined to have a “critical” cerebrum injury that influenced his memory and working, the report says. Williams needed treatment, it says, and was released from emergency clinic to a particular consideration community with suggestions for oversight.

The report says around then, clinical experts archived that the entertainer was at “high danger for genuine injury or passing.” It says the service was finishing a survey of the passing and a wellbeing authority led an audit of his arrangement at the anonymous office.

It says the general public liable for the situation executed various suggestions in the fall of 2020 for extra systems and preparing including wellbeing plans, bed checks and reacting to health related crises. This report by The Canadian Press was first distributed Sept. 9, 2021.

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