The 13-year-old girl looks at father Adam Coble stabbed to death in the home of North Richmond Sydney
Teen girl, 13, watches how her grandmother & # 39; kills her father & # 39; as the 60-year-old fights for life after being dented in the neck & # 39; to defend her daughter against a horrible domestic violence-attack & # 39;
- A 13-year-old girl witnessed her father bumped to death in the parental home
- Adam Coble died with a stab wound on his chest in North Richmond in Sydney
- The grandmother of the girls, aged 60, got critical stab wounds in the neck
Sam Lock for daily post Australia
A teenage girl witnessed the death of her father in an alleged family feud in a home in northwestern Sydney.
Adam Coble died on Monday morning at 10.45 am with a stab wound on his chest when his thirteen-year-old daughter saw the events happen.
The grandmother of the girl, aged 60, was brought to the Westmead hospital with critical stab wounds in her neck and continues to fight for her life.
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A teenage girl has witnessed the death of her father. Her mother is pictured cuddling her 13-year-old daughter outside the home in northwest Sydney after the incident
Adam Coble (left, pictured with Robyn) died around 10.45 am on Monday in the house of North Richmond with a stab wound on his chest
Her mother, Robyn Coble, was injured with cuts to her arms and hands and was visibly distraught when emergency services arrived at Enfield Avenue at the house just after 10.45 am.
The family was known for police for domestic disputes because they had been called to the house in the past for similar disputes.
The couple's 13-year-old daughter was reportedly the person who warned the police, according to 9 News.
However, the police can not confirm who brought the fatal blow to Adam Coble and which events occurred in the run-up to the attack.
Ms. Coble was taken by the police Monday afternoon to be interviewed while forensic teams were sifted through the house.
The mother of the girls, Robyn Coble (right), was injured with cuts on her arms and hands and was visibly distraught when emergency services arrived at the house
It remains unclear whether there was a motive for stabbing, whether someone would be charged with death or whether it was an act of self-defense.
The police are investigating the claim that Coble, a business owner in the upholstery, stabbed his mother-in-law before stabbing him deadly, the Daily Telegraph reported.
One resident, who does not wish to be mentioned, told 7 News that he was, was not completely surprised. by the incident and heard the couple regularly fighting with police who often arrived at the house.
& # 39; The police have been there a few times before, so that goes without saying, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; I just thought the same thing again, they just made a home. So I thought the same thing. It is a bit close to home. I'm not completely surprised about it, they lived like that. There were many arguments. & # 39;
"When things like this happen, it just matters how important it is to care for each other," Inspector Inspector Jim Stewart told reporters on Monday.
The family (Adam and Robyn Coble pictured) were known to the police for domestic disputes, because in the past they had been called home for similar disputes
The grandmother of the maid, who was in her sixties, was taken to the Westmead hospital (photo) with critical stab wounds in her neck and continues to fight for her life
& # 39; Every scene where someone has died in these circumstances is a pretty tragic scene.
& # 39; To say that it was horrible, horrible, all those descriptive words – it is. It is always terrible to catch up on such a situation. & # 39;
Officers from Hawkesbury Police Area Command attended the incident and a crime scene was established.
A report is prepared for the coroner and the investigations are continued.
Anyone with any information is requested to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.