Two men have been accused of killing a man who was wounded to death in a square of pads.
Adam Le Roi, 25, was wounded in the chest at Kayley House on New Hall Lane in Preston on Sunday, Lancashire Police said.
A posthumous assessment found that the reason for his passing was numerous cut injuries.
Connor Rumble, 25 and Grant Gardner, 24, both of New Hall Lane, have been accused of his homicide.
- They will show up at Preston Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
- Police were called to the square of pads at about 02:20 GMT to reports a man had been assaulted.
Mr Le Roi was taken to Royal Preston Hospital for treatment yet later kicked the bucket from his wounds.
Offering recognition, his family said he was “popular” and “loaded with life”.
“We are crushed at the loss of our child, he was cherished by the entirety of his family and will be always missed [by] his sisters, grandparents and more distant family,” they included an articulation.