'It's been very difficult for me and for the rest of us going through this, but seeing him today in hospital, he's in really good spirits and that has made it a lot easier.'
His survival is incredible, considering jones, along with two others performed CPR along with three shocks for 26 minutes.
'I just went in and did a little bit of CPR and then someone handed me the defibrillator that I'm assuming they have at the RSL. I got someone else to take over CPR and I attached the defibrillator and we shocked him,' Ms Jones said.
He was then rushed to hospital where he underwent surgery.