SC toddler backed over, killed

Monday, Dec. 23, 2013 8:33 AM
Last updated 7:06 PM
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BISHOPVILLE, S.C. — A 14-month-old boy has died after he was backed over by a car in a driveway in Lee County.

Coroner Larry Logan says Jaylen Halley died at the scene when a relative backed over him Saturday.

An autopsy was planned.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the death.

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john
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john 12/23/13 - 10:14 am
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Prayers

This is my worst nightmare having 2 little ones.

seenitB4
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seenitB4 12/23/13 - 11:14 am
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So sad

May love & thoughts be with this family.....

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Dixieman 12/23/13 - 12:21 pm
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This is awful

Happened to me when I was 4, but by the grace of God I was in the middle of the car as it reversed and when I was knocked down the wheels went on either side of me. I am sure the driver feels awful! Folks, look twice when there is a toddler around and then get out of your car and look again. You do NOT want this to happen to you.

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rmwhitley 12/23/13 - 06:56 pm
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God bless the soul
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of Master Jaylen Halley. When will people old enough to drive realize that babies and children have to be watched and ACCOUNTED for at ALL times?

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itsanotherday1 12/24/13 - 07:30 pm
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I can't imagine the horror

I can't imagine the horror and heartache for everyone. My deepest condolences.

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