A young man Jordan Easton—stabbed himself when he plunged a blade through a vest that he thought was knife-proof, inquest was told.
The tragic incident happened in a friend’s kitchen in Thornaby-on-Tees, North Yorkshire when he convince his pals he was wearing a “stab-proof vest”
To prove a point to his friends,the young lad Easton immediately grabbed a knife and tried to demonstrate that the blade wouldn’t pierce his vest – but the blade went through and he stabbed himself in the middle of his chest,(Teesside Live reports).
An assistant coroner blamed his death on (Juvenile delinquencies)
Jordan was rushed to hospital, said the coroner, but ‘despite the best efforts of the medical professionals, they were couldn’t save him.
His injuries were ‘self-inflicted,’ she said, but he nevered intended to harm himself.
A police investigation was launched, but they was no arrest Detective Superintendent Ted Butcher, from Cleveland Police’s major investigation team,confirmed various witnesses and Jordan’s family had been spoken to. He agreed with the coroner’s assertion that ‘while Jordan may have had his issues in the past,
he seemed to have settled down.’ And he confirmed that all the witnesses gave consistent accounts about what happened – couple with toxicology and other medical reports.
Confirming the matter wasn’t taken any further, he said Jordan had died after ‘a boisterous act’ Jordan’s devastated mum Alison Price found it ‘hard to believe the story, that Jordan would consciously do that.’ She said: it was more possible if it was bravado, showing off in front of lads, but where a mother and a young girl were, it’s out of character for him. I can’t absorb it.
They were eye witnesses and everything was recorded by his peers, After Jordan’s death, social media went sober with tributes to a young man with a beautiful heart who always wore a smile.
He died at the University Hospital of North Tees, in Stockton following the incident.
Friends and families paid tribuits to Jordan.
And they haven’t stop missing him in the block