NEW YORK – The former Naval Academy water-polo player who miraculously survived a 212-foot suicide leap from the George Washington Bridge suffered no neurological damage from his ordeal.
The family of Adrian Rawn, 28, was by his side yesterday at Hackensack University Medical Center.
In recent weeks, he was having trouble at work and his grandmother died, sources said.
Rawn jumped from the bridge at about 11:30 a.m. Friday. He plummeted into water that was a frigid 55 degrees. Because he is a strong swimmer, he made it to the New Jersey side.
He was left with cuts, bruises and a concussion, and will have to undergo surgery.