Man in plunge following police call-out remains in coma By Alison Campsie July 30 2014, 11.02am Share Man in plunge following police call-out remains in coma Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/aberdeen-aberdeenshire/301495/man-plunge-following-police-call-remains-coma/ Copy Link A man who fell down an embankment after police were called to a disturbance in Aberdeen remains in a coma and is due to have further major surgery today. Jordan Jones, 25, plunged from Marischal Court in the early hours of July 21 and has been fighting for his life since. Mr Jones has already had a large section of his skull removed to prevent brain damage and today is due to have an operation on his windpipe to help him breath more easily. His aunt, Caroline Munro, who has been at his bedside every day since the fall, said: “We are just hoping that because Jordan is just 25 and a strong lad he will manage to pull through. “Jordan is a fighter and we just can’t wait for him to wake up and speak to us again.” Ms Munro said there had been some encouraging signs from her son, who has moved his hand and tried to reach for his mouth. The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner, which probes serious incidents involving officers, is looking at the circumstances surrounding Mr Jones’ fall. He was injured following an alleged incident in the Castlegate area. Police were called to attend the scene when Mr Munro fell from Marischal Court onto Commerce Street.