Mom hires lawyer trying to find info in crash that hurt son

Leslee Townsend says she wishes information and facts from London law enforcement about a Could 9 crash that sent her son to Grant Professional medical Middle where by he continues to be hospitalized.

LONDON, Ohio — A London mom is demanding solutions from law enforcement about a crash that sent her son to the medical center. She has now employed a law firm to conduct an unbiased investigation.

It is unclear if 16-calendar year-old Landon Insignificant will go away Grant Medical Middle alive.

Monday will mark two months considering the fact that a truck hit him even though he was riding his bicycle in London where by he lives.

We confirmed the driver — who has not been billed — will work as a corrections officer. We are not naming that man or woman for the reason that they are not charged with any crimes.

On Tuesday, London law enforcement produced surveillance online video of the Might 9 crash. 

It transpired at the intersection of South Major and Heart streets in London at 9:30 p.m.

Landon Minimal was driving dwelling from his sister’s home. Minor’s mom suggests she’s been inquiring police for info about what happened because — and has not read back again.

“This is not Ok. And the way that it truly is been managed is just so devastating,” she said.

Leslee Townsend has now hired a Columbus law firm to carry out an unbiased investigation. Michelle Martin is the exact lawyer hired by the loved ones of Ma’Khia Bryant — who was shot and killed by a Columbus law enforcement officer final year.

“The hit by itself was horrific. His injuries have been horrific,” Martin stated.

We questioned: “what is the stop final result you’re seeking for?”

“I just want justice,” reported Townsend. “I just want the reality simply because just the small bit that I know from targeted traffic faculty you will find no way he was at fault….and I just want some knowing. I want to understand how you can stand there and let my baby lay there to die. I need to have true responses.”

Townsend claims her son has autism, lupus, sickle cell anemia – and other psychological health and fitness diagnoses and has struggled all through his lifetime.

“He’s a 16-calendar year-previous boy with extreme specific wants and he just will not fully grasp and he is so terrified. I know he’s terrified,” Townsend reported.

On Tuesday night time neighbors in London held a candlelight vigil, praying he pulls by.

London Police Chief Glenn Nicol claims an investigation remains underway with assistance from OSHP and he cannot talk about the investigation right until it really is total. And Chief Nicol also reported police will be clear as before long as they can be about this case.

Townsend says her son’s injuries incorporate trauma to his cranium, brain, and lungs.

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