Michael Jackson ‘911 call’ released: report

Michael Jackson ‘911 call’ released: report

A dramatic recording revealed today is believed to detail the moment paramedics broke the news of Michael Jackson’s death.

A voice is heard calling ahead to a hospital on a tape which has emerged online.

It could become new evidence in the trial of Jacko’s personal doctor

The recording is believed to feature a Los Angeles Fire Department medical worker calling the UCLA hospital. The voice says: “Patient is Michael Jackson, the pop star singer. No pulse, no breathing. Unresponsive. Tried to resuscitate him. Unsuccessful.

We’ve done everything we can. We should be there in five minutes. It doesn’t look good. It doesn’t look good” The tape, which emerged on an ambulance workers’ web forum, may be the first time the 50-year-old’s death was announced last June 25.

An LAFD spokesman said of the recording: “I couldn’t confirm that is one of our workers. It could be. They refer to ‘pop star Michael Jackson’ but it is not our practice to name names.

” If genuine, the tape may be vital evidence in Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial later this year. It contradicts the claims of Murray who says the star was still warm and had a pulse when he found Jacko and put him in the ambulance.

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