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Australia Teen Dies While Trying To Break Off Fight At RV Park

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After she tried to end a fight at a caravan park, a young woman was allegedly stabbed and killed, a report said.

Dusty Rose, 22, died on Wednesday after suffering three stab wounds to the chest at the Caversham Caravan Park in Perth’s northeast two days earlier.

Ms. Rose is believed to have checked in to the caravan park only two hours before she intervened on Monday evening in a dispute between a 51-year-old man, and a 31-year-old woman.

Dusty Rose, 22 years old, died Wednesday from three stab wounds in the chest sustained at the Caversham Caravan Park. It was two days before.

The couple allegedly involved in the altercation was in a cabin next door to Ms. Rose’s, local news reported.

The 22-year old was transferred to Royal Perth Hospital after being taken to Midland Hospital.

On Tuesday, her life support was turned off. It is believed that she has just lost her father.

Antoinette Aleisha Winmar (31), has been charged with murder and appeared by video link at Midland Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

Elise Hedvega, a Perth woman, remembered Ms. Rose as a super lovely girl’ who cared about others.

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