Missing 2-year-old Logan Kline was found early Saturday morning and taken to Atlanta’s Children’s Hospital Egleston.
Coweta County Sheriff’s Department told FOX 5 that Logan is fine and has a few scratches. Three teenagers: Taylor Calendar, Jeffrey Harmon and Fernando Ipinn found the missing toddler after calling out for him and getting a response.
“I heard a faint cry. I heard a little noise and had a feeling and kept pushing forward and we kept going to find him,” said Harmon.
A search effort was underway in Coweta County for the missing boy. Authorities say Logan Kline went missing from his home Friday afternoon.
According to authorities, Kline’s father said he fell asleep around 3 p.m. Friday and when he woke up Logan was gone. The Klines live in a mobile home park that backs up to a wooded area.
Various law enforcement agencies and more than one hundred volunteers searched for the missing toddler. Investigators said they had been looking for the boy throughout the night in the area off Collingsworth Road.
First video of Kline being taken out of the woods.. pic.twitter.com/m2apDe8kel— Natalie Fultz FOX 5 (@NatalieFFOX5) September 3, 2016
These are the 3 young men who heard young Logan Kline in the woods and found him! pic.twitter.com/cPTqLtE87T— Eric Len (@ELenzPhotog) September 3, 2016
Logan Kline is being taken to Egleston. The Coweta County Sheriff tells me he is fine, has a few scratches. pic.twitter.com/iIwl9rJ1YW— Natalie Fultz FOX 5 (@NatalieFFOX5) September 3, 2016