The teenaged son of musician Nick Cave has died after falling in the top of chalk cliffs
Arthur Cave, 15, was airlifted to hospital on Tuesday after he was discovered by some walkers on the coastal trail at the foot of the Ovingdean Gap, 60 ft. Members of the people tried to give first aid to him.
Susie, Nick Cave and his wife, paid tribute to Arthur, who leaves behind his twin brother, Earl, in a brief statement supporting his departure.
“Our son Arthur died on Tuesday. He was our son that is wonderful, joyful, loving,” it read. “We request that we be given the solitude our family must grieve only at that difficult time.”
Schoolmates came to place flowers at the place near where the teen was discovered. Susie and Nick Cave seen the scene of the disaster on Wednesday in a Mini that was black, stopping to read the homage and talk to friends assembled there.