'The Flash' star Logan Williams' cause of death has officially been released by Canada’s BC Coroners Service.
The cause of death for the actor comes over a year after the 16-year-old died in April 2020. Before we got the official report a preliminary toxicology report was released a month after his death saying his death was caused by an 'accidental acute drug toxicity.' Now according to the coroner's report, obtained exclusively by The Post on Wednesday, the actor died of an "unintentional illicit drug toxicity (fentanyl)" and was classified as "accidental."
"Toxicological analysis detected fentanyl in a range where lethal outcomes have been reported," the coroner said. "Even small amounts of fentanyl have been shown to be potentially toxic." It continues, "In 2019, he came into the care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD). Support services were provided including residential treatment; however, Logan often declined to participate."
In an interview with The Post directly following his death, Logan's mother stated, "His death is not going to be in vain," she said. "He’s going to help a lot of people down the road." She spoke about her son’s career and how he "really, really enjoyed the acting."
Besides 'The Flash,' Logan appeared in the Hallmark series "When Calls the Heart," the ABC sci-fi series "The Whispers" and the CW series "Supernatural."