ZOIE Bell will be remembered as being a beautiful girl.
Zoie's life was taken away suddenly from her family and friends on Wednesday - many people are still in shock.
Her devastated family is receiving wave after wave of support.
Friends have set up a Go Fund Me page to help the 14-year-old Ulladulla High School student's family.
"In this time of sadness, we are coming together as friends and a community to make the family's life a little easier during this difficult time, so they can all be together with no financial stress," a family friend said.
Zoie, despite being so young, left an impression on all those who knew her.
"Zoie was a beautiful girl and nothing was a hassle," the family friend said.
"Zoie wanted to help people in any way she could - she was a quiet but bubbly and beautiful girl."
"It's just horrible."
Click here to support Zoie's memorial.
"On behalf of Zoie's family, we would like to thank all of the community and their condolences," the family friend said.
Friends, family, the NSW Police and the Ulladulla High School community have all been "brilliant" with the support.
Flowers, stuffed toy animals and flickering candles have been left near the school.
No doubt this tribute will grow by the hour.
The school also posted a message on Facebook
"Ulladulla High School and the entire school community are deeply saddened by the tragic accident yesterday that involved one of our students," the statement read.
"Our heartfelt sympathies are with the family and friends.
"Counselling is being provided to students and staff today and we will be providing ongoing support for everyone impacted by this event.
"Parents and carers have received a letter today which provides information about how you can best support your child over the coming days and weeks."
Meanwhile, Mayor of Shoalhaven City, Councillor Amanda Findlay has called on people to show some compassion.
"Perhaps we can change our Facebook profile pics to beautiful flowers as an expression of our thoughts and please people, we need loving and kindness for our families involved, not gossip," she said.
If you need help call
Lifeline 13 11 14
beyondblue 1300 22 4636
or the Kids Help Line on 1800 55 1800.