Teenager recognized as stabbing sufferer at Corindi Beach in NSW as household make heartbreaking plea

The teenager who died Sunday when he was reportedly fatally stabbed in Corindi Beach on the north coast of NSW has been recognized as 16-year-old Trey Johnston Piggott.

The household has launched a GoFundMe asking for donations from the group to cowl funeral bills to assist them via their grief.

“Trey was a beautiful, smart, intelligent boy who had his whole life ahead of him and all we have now are memories,” his aunt Billee-jo wrote on the fundraising web page.

“Trey was well known in our community and well loved by so many.”

The household hopes to boost $15,000.

Trey Johnston Piggott (pictured) died in hospital following a deadly stabbing in Corindi Beach

“At this difficult time, we try to stand together as a family to support each other, but especially our sister Rikki and Trey’s siblings during this traumatic time.”

A 17-year-old boy has been charged with homicide, assault resulting in dying and possession of unlawful medicine.

Emergency providers had been referred to as shortly earlier than 6 p.m. Sunday to Pacific Street close to Corindi Beach, 16 miles (26 km) north of Coffs Harbour.

Trey was reportedly handled on the scene by paramedics for stab wounds to his thigh earlier than being rushed to the Coffs Harbor Health Campus. However, he died in hospital shortly afterwards.

At a press convention Monday afternoon, Acting Superintendent Matthew French stated that regardless of an in depth search, officers haven’t but recovered the alleged weapon, which police imagine is a knife.

He stated the boy suffered an harm to the higher leg and there was “considerable loss of blood.”

The vacant block the place the stabbing allegedly came about

An eyewitness informed The Daily Telegraph that he heard a ‘loud bang’ earlier than going out to go looking a boy mendacity on the highway in entrance of his home of 12 years.

“The bang was a car door and it was someone who must have stopped to help,” he stated.

“There were a lot of people trying to help and the little guy just lay there moaning.”

“A lot of young people cross that block because it’s a shortcut to some hiking trails and they can go that way to get to the houses on the other side,” he stated.

Daily Mail Australia understands that each males knew one another and attended close by Woolgoolga High School.

“It was two young guys who both went to Woolgoolga,” revealed a neighborhood who requested to not be named.

“The whole community is shocked by this incident – it’s usually a quiet place to live.”

Coffs Clarence Police Commander stated the incident would have a “ripple effect” on the close-knit group of Corindi Beach.

Woolgoolga High School was contacted for remark.

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