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Emotional final moments of stabbed Girl Guide who died in boyfriend’s arms

Emotional final moments of stabbed Girl Guide who died in boyfriend's arms
Eddie Coyle instructed the court docket that Jodie was ‘a great person’ (Picture: PA)

Jodie Chesney’s boyfriend has made an emotional account of how she collapsed in his arms after she was fatally stabbed.

Eddie Coyle, 18, had been with girl information Jodie, 17, for 3 months after they had been with mates listening to music and smoking hashish in Amy’s Park, Harold Hill, east London.

They noticed two figures run into the park earlier than Jodie was stabbed in the again, jurors had been instructed.

Despite the efforts of paramedics Jodie died earlier than she may get to hospital.

Manuel Petrovic, 20, Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, and two youths aged 16 and 17 are collectively accused of her homicide.

The prosecution allege that each one 4 performed an element in the killing however that Ong-a-Kwie matched eyewitness descriptions of the stabber.

Eddie Coyle, 18, the boyfriend of murdered teenager Jodie Chesney, arrives at the Old Bailey in London, where four teenagers are on trial for her murder in a park in Romford, east London, on March 1. PA Photo. Picture date: Friday September 20, 2019. See PA story COURTS Jodie. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire
Eddie Coyle, the boyfriend of murdered teenager Jodie Chesney, arrives on the Old Bailey (Picture: PA)
The family of murdered 17-year-old Jodie Chesney (left to right) uncle Terry Chesney, sister Lucy Chesney and grandmother Christine Chesney arriving at the Old Bialey, London, where four teenagers are on trial for her murder in a park in Romford, east London, on March 1. PA Photo. Picture date: Friday September 20, 2019. See PA story COURTS Jodie. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire
The household of murdered 17-year-old Jodie Chesney (left to proper) uncle Terry Chesney, sister Lucy Chesney and grandmother Christine Chesney (Picture: PA)

Describing the assault, Eddie stated: ‘I noticed them – two males – stroll in direction of us from the doorway. They acquired near the gate. One or each of them began operating.

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‘The taller one swung his arm out after which stabbed Jodie in the again. She was in shock at first. She didn’t know what had occurred.

‘She began screaming repeatedly, very loud, about two minutes straight.

‘After she stopped screaming she started to faint. At this time she was falling off the bench.

‘She was sporting a thick jacket so we didn’t understand how unhealthy the wound was at first, however there was loads of blood.

‘The guys ran off. I didn’t actually see – I used to be making an attempt to catch Jodie on the time. I managed to catch her, put her on the ground.

‘She was wearing a thick jacket so we did not know how bad the wound was at first, but there was a lot of blood.’

Mr Coyle stated he known as out for assist and two girls got here and requested what had occurred.

Jodie Chesney?s boyfriend Eddie Coyle (L) giving evidence at the Old Bailey, London today, with Manuel Petrovic, 20, (R) and Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, (2L) in the dock. September 20, 2019. See NATIONAL story NNjodie. The boyfriend of a 17-year-old girl who was stabbed to death in London has told a court he caught her as she collapsed. Jodie Chesney was stabbed in the back while she was with friends in a park in Harold Hill, east London, on 1 March. Her boyfriend Eddie Coyle, 18, told the Old Bailey there was "a lot of blood" and added: "I managed to catch her, put her on the floor." Manuel Petrovic, 20, Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, both from Romford, and two boys, aged 16 and 17, deny murder.
Left to proper: Eddie Coyle gave proof with Svenson Ong-a-Kwie and Manuel Petrovic in the dock (Picture: SWNS)

He stated: ‘I said ‘she’s been stabbed’. They stated ‘really’, then gave as a lot assist as they might.’

Mr Coyle instructed jurors that neither of the attackers stated something, and he solely noticed one thing ‘small and dark’ in the hand of one of them.

Mr Aylett requested: ‘What sort of person was Jodie?’

Mr Coyle replied: ‘A great person, very funny, silly, sensible sometimes.’

The prosecutor requested: ‘You had been going out with her for three months or so, can you think of any reason why anybody would want to hurt her?’

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The witness stated: ‘No. No reason.’

He instructed jurors Jodie had been ‘laughing one second’ earlier than she was attacked.

FILE PICTURE - Police at the scene in Harold Hill, Romford where Jodie Chesney was stabbed to death, March 3 2019. See NATIONAL story NNjodie. The trial of two men and two boys accused of murdering 17-year-old Jodie Chesney is into its second day. On March 1, the teen was fatally stabbed while socialising with friends at Amy?s Park in Harold Hill near to a children?s play area. Despite the best efforts of emergency services called to the scene, Jodie was pronounced dead and a murder investigation was launched. Four people have now been accused of her murder, all of whom deny the charges.
Police on the scene in Harold Hill, Romford the place Jodie Chesney was stabbed to demise (Picture: SWNS)

He later instructed the Old Bailey that Jodie was ‘a great person, very funny, silly, sensible sometimes’ and couldn’t assume of a purpose why anyone would need to damage her.

The court docket additionally heard how Jodie’s mates had initially deliberate to purchase hashish from Ong-a-Kwie earlier than turning to a different provider known as Jade.

All defendants, from east London, deny the costs in opposition to them.

The trial continues.

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