The heartbroken sister of a Denmark teenager killed in a crash has paid tribute to her little brother as “essentially the most unimaginable boy” who was there for her when she wanted him most.
Pierre Kelson, 19, was killed when his Holden Commodore station wagon flipped and struck a tree about 6am on Sunday near Denmark.
Mr Kelson, the one particular person in the automobile, died on the scene.
His sister, Josephine Rivka, stated her household’s “little dreamer” had been taken too quickly.
“He was bigger than life, completely fearless, full of love and fervour, and pushed to observe his goals,” Ms Rivka stated.
“He lived for adventures, for the waves and fish, for his household and aspirations.
“He was one of a form — a true dreamer.”
Ms Rivka stated she felt blessed to have Mr Kelson as her brother.
“He was my greatest mate. He nonetheless is my greatest mate,” she stated.
“I regarded up to him a lot for help and he at all times introduced me again to earth once I wanted it most.
“I want I had instructed you the way proud I’m of the attractive man you have been rising into.”
She stated she couldn’t come to phrases with the concept he was gone.
“I hope the following aircraft of existence is as lovely as you stated it could be,” Ms Rivka stated.
“You’re endlessly in our hearts.”
Pals remembered the younger surfer as a “down-to-earth bloke” who was “a rock to his sister”.
Police say Mr Kelson was travelling alongside Scotsdale Highway, near Mount Lindesay Highway, when his automobile left the highway and hit a tree.
Main Crash investigators have urged anybody with info to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestopperswa. com.au.
Sprint-cam or cell phone imaginative and prescient relating to this crash could be uploaded straight to investigators by way of bit.ly/37hvo6z.