The Michael Jackson 911 call has been released. Listen to the audio video of the call here and see transcript and photos. The call was placed from the King of Pop’s temporary residence, a rented mansion in Los Angeles.
The music legend died June 25, 2009, and now the authorities have released audio of the Michael Jackson 911 call audio video. Listen to it here.
A person is heard telling the 911 operator: “I need an ambulance as soon as possible,” and goes on to say: “We have a gentleman here that needs help. He’s not breathing.”
The call goes on to tell the operator that the doctor was the only witness. The doctor, identified as Micheal Jackson’s physician; Dr. Conrad Murray. The caller says: “The doctor has been the only one here.”
The Michael Jackson 911 call transcript can be seen here.
Once paramedics arrived and tried to revive him after cardiac arrest, he was rushed to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Physicians spent more than an hour attempting to resuscitate. Michael Jackson was pronounced dead at 2:26 p.m. Pacific Time, according to his brother Jermaine Jackson.
The King of Pop had not released a new album since 2001 nor toured since 1997 but was days away from starting his comeback tour, the This Is It series of concerts forming a 50-date residency at London 02 arena which would have begun in July 2009. Throughout his career the music legend was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame two times, won 13 Grammy Awards, and sold than 750 million singles and albums worldwide including 1982 Thriller, the best selling album in music history.
Investigation into the death is ongoing.
See Michael Jackson photos and the Michael Jackson 911 audio video below.