24 July 2019

Jordan Hullock, a 19 year old from Leeds, died in June 2015. He was remanded to HMP Doncaster on 1 June 2015 and soon began complaining of feeling unwell at the prison. From 12 June, he developed headaches and was soon unable to get out of bed, eat, or drink without assistance. 

Jordan looked severely unwell, but no action was taken by healthcare staff until he was urgently transfered to hospital on the 24 June and put into an induced coma. He died six days later.

The jury concluded that there were serious failures in the medical attention provided to him. The grandfather of Jordan tells ITV Calendar "We still feel he'd be with us if he had got the care he deserved to get."

Watch the clip. 

For further information about the case view the Media Release.

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