A MUM has revealed how she banged on a hospital window to wake her tragic daughter up after she was brutally murdered by a coke-fuelled 15-year-old girl.
Samantha Madgin, 18, had recently given birth to son Callum when she was set upon by Jordan Jobson in a savage unprovoked attack in an alleyway.
The teen killer knifed Samantha ten times in the face, arms and chest – piercing her lung and severing a major artery near her heart.
Fuelled by cocaine and alcohol, Jobson inflicted 43 injuries in total as she murdered the new mum in Wallsend, Northumberland, in 2007.
The senseless killing robbed Samantha's son Callum, who was just ten weeks old, of a mum and devastated her family.
Her mum Alison has now told of the moment she realised her beloved daughter was dead in Britain's Deadliest Kids on Quest Red.
She says: "I’ll always remember thinking that they’ve definitely made a mistake because Samantha wouldn’t even be in that situation where she could get stabbed.
“But as soon as I got the hospital I knew, there were police everywhere. I could tell by their faces that it was serious.
"I still didn’t expect them to say that she’d gone.
“We were only allowed to see her through a glass screen. I just remember banging on the glass, trying to get her to wake up thinking she was going to wake up.
"I do remember that bit a lot."
Samantha gave birth to her son Callum in May 2007 aged 18 – with Alison admitting she had a "horrible feeling something bad was going to happen".
The mum added: "It was such a weird feeling, I used to say to my friends that I’m sure she’s going to die giving birth, I had this horrible gut feeling all the time."
Samantha had been enjoying her first night out with friends after giving birth when the horror unfolded in August that year.
As the group walked through an alleyway towards home, they were confronted by Jobson, her boyfriend and two other strangers.
A scuffle broke out after a remark was made with innocent Samantha desperately trying to stop the violence.
But as she stepped in, Jobson pounced on her armed with a bread knife and began slicing at the new mum.
Her sister Carly says: "It wasn’t just an attack where she stabbed someone the once, she kept going and going and didn’t stop until Samantha died."
The gang fled the scene leaving Samantha for dead.
Her friend James Patterson has recalled the moment he rushed over to find her "lying motionless" in a pool of blood on the ground.
He says: "The ambulance, it turned up. As they were working on her it looked like she took a breath and I thought they’d brought her back to life.
"But obviously I think it was her last breath leaving her body.”
A murder probe was launched and Jobson was quickly arrested and charged.
But the teen claimed she had no memory of the attack after bingeing on vodka and cocaine.
Five days later, Alison came face-to-face with her daughter's killer for the first time as she entered the dock.
The mum recalls: "I was totally shocked to see that it was a young girl. She just looked like a normal 15-year-old girl, but then when I looked into her eyes, I could see the evil in her."
In 2008, Jobson was convicted of murder and jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years – meaning she could be free by the time she turns 30.
But this was reduced to 11 years after two separate appeals. She was returned to a closed jail last year after breaching the terms of her parole.
Samantha's family started an organisation, Samantha's Legacy, after her death to tackle violent knife crime and support other grieving loved ones.
Alison said: "We decided to start a charity to help victims of not just knife crime but of violent crime.
"Raising awareness, educating young people, telling them Samantha’s story, that’s what we’re continuing to do now.
"We are the result of someone carrying a knife and using a knife, either to cause harm or to kill somebody, and I feel like now, because that we are doing this, Samantha’s Legacy, that Samantha is still here and she still has a purposes in life.
"Her purpose is now to try and make a change to young people.”
- The brand-new series of Britain’s Deadliest Kids airs at 10pm on Saturdays exclusively on Quest Red and available to stream on discovery+
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