A Bristol man identified as Jordan Lupton has passed away. Jordan Lupton was reported to have died in a tragic accident at work last week.
The 26-year-old was involved in a freak accident on a building site on Wednesday, and was rushed to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment. Jordan Lupton passed away on Thursday evening, June 25.
Jordan, a former pupil of Hanham High School, lived with his mum Michelle and has three older sisters Tay, Keisha and Roxanne, a younger brother Mason, and a huge circle of friends who have been left distraught at his death.
His brother Tay Lupton confirmed the sudden demise of Jordan Lupton in an official Facebook post. The post reads below..
“Words can’t describe how we as a family are feeling right now literally our worlds have just been crushed! I don’t even no what to say or do? I feel empty, heartbroken, lost, angry everything at the moment Thursday 25th June 7.20pm tonight I lost my beautiful brother Jordan you lifted everyone’s spirits, you made everyone laugh and that’s how we are all going to remember you by the funniest craziest person! my boys looked up too you so so much it’s killing me inside as you won’t get too meet your nephew, but I will be telling him all about you I love you so much bro just feel heartbroken just want everyone to no how amazing you really was and how special you was to everyone R.I.P can’t even believe I am even writing this”
Friends and well wishers are pouring in tributes on Social media for the late Jordan Lupton
Chris Lovell wrote “Jordan Lupton, just found a old voice note & literally broke down knowing we won’t hear your voice again. The funniest kid known to man, literally got a the room crying with laughter every time you walk in. Goes without saying you were loved and so many people have been effected by your loss. Rest easy my brother. taken way to young. RIP”
David Glover wrote “I really can’t believe my grandson Jordan Lupton has passed away such a wonderful caring person taken far too young love grandad
Tom Smith wrote “Shocked speechless.Jordan Lupton Rest easy my brother. Love you to the moon and back. Thoughts are with your family. “
His best friend Charlie Mckenzie set up a page on the fundraising website GoFundMe on Friday evening, and set a £500 target to help Jordan’s family meet the funeral costs.
In less than 48 hours, the page has raised more than £11,000, with tributes to the likeable builder and avid fisherman pouring in.