Friday, June 26, 2009

911 News: Michael Jackson 911 Call Released

Listen In: Michael Jackson 911 Call Released

A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department helicopter lifts off from the UCLA Medical Center, carrying the body of Michael Jackson to the morgue (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

TMZ got their hands on the audio from the 911 call yesterday from Michael Jackson's rental home in Holmby Hills. They never identify the 50-year-old man who is not breathing as Jackson, but do say that a doctor is there present with him:

Play Michael Jackson 911 Call audio - Click this link at TMZ

That doctor, by the way, was being sought by police for questioning, He's Dr. Conrad Murray, 51, a cardiologist from Las Vegas. The police investigation is routine, the LAPD said in a statement released last night, but they did impound the doctor's parked on Jackson's property.

When EMTs arrived, they apparently wanted to pronounce Jackson dead, but Murray refused to let them "call it," according to TMZ who also says a family source believes Jackson died from his daily Demerol injection. A video shown on TV last night of the ambulance backing out of Jackson's driverway showed EMTs calmly, but slowly, backing out of the driveway.

Article source: LAist - Link

3 comments:

  1. who's paying for the sikorsky to take a dead body away?

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  2. Who's paying for the big chopper to take a dead body away?

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  3. "TMZ reports he is on his way to meet with him" - what?

    "A video shown on TV last night of the ambulance backing out of Jackson's driveway shoed EMT's calmly, but slowly, backing out of the driveway" - what??

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