How Did Charlie Stevens Die?

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In an emotional and touchingly funny tribute, the parents of dead teenager Charlie Stevens disclosed their ‘caring’ son was an organ donor.

Charlie, the 18-year-old son of South Australia Police Assistant Commissioner Grant Stevens, was killed in an alleged hit-and-run earlier this month while celebrating Schoolies.

On Thursday, his father, together with his mother, Emma, four siblings, and friends, paid heartfelt tributes at Adelaide Oval’s William Magarey Room.

Mr Stevens told hundreds of mourners that his son was “no angel,” but that he cared about others, and that his son was an organ donor.

He had a sincere concern for people. Charlie was well known to all. Mr. Stevens stated, “He was well-known for his big smile and big heart.”

How Did Charlie Stevens Die?

Charlie was killed in an alleged hit-and-run accident at Goolwa Beach on November 17 and died the next day, becoming the 101st person to die on South Australian roads this year.

In lieu of flowers, the Stevens family requested that people donate to Operation Flinders and explore organ donation.

‘We sincerely thank everyone who has contacted us in whatever form. If we have not yet answered, we will do so as best we can and as soon as we can,’ they added in a statement.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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