Tuesday, June 30, 2009
THE desperate battle to revive Michael Jackson after his heart attack
revealed in a dramatic transcript of the 911 call.
But judging from the call, the person, in this case Dr Murray who administered CPR to Michael Jackson, apparently did it the wrong way!!
He did it while MJ was still on bed.
He should have done it on a hard surface (on the floor).
In the emergency call, a man is heard telling the operator that a 50-year-old man is not breathing and "needs help".
The caller becomes ever more frantic as the conversation continues and
says Jacko is "not responding to anything" - even as a doctor attempts
to resuscitate him.
This is the full transcript of the call - and you
can listen to it:
Caller: Yes sir I need to, I need an ambulance as soon as possible sir.
Operator: OK sir, what is your address?
Caller: Los Angeles, California. 90077.
Operator: Is it Carolwood?
Caller: Carolwood Drive, yes.
Caller: Yes, he's not breathing sir.
Operator: Ok. And he's not conscious either?
Caller: He's not conscious sir.
Operator: OK, all right. Do you have him, is he on the floor? Where is he at right now?
Caller: He's on the bed sir, he's on the bed.
Operator: OK, let's get him on the floor.
Well, that indicates that MJ was on bed when the CPR was done on him.
Operator: OK, let's get him down to the floor. May I help you with CPR right now, OK?
Caller: We need, to get, we need...
Operator: OK, we're already on our way there. We're on our way. I'm going to do as much as I can to help you over the phone. We're already on our way. Did anybody see him?
Caller: Yes, we have a personal doctor here with him, sir.
Operator: Oh, you have a doctor there?
Caller: Yeah, but he's not responding to anything, to no, no, he's not responding to the CPR or anything.
Operator: Oh, OK. We're on our way there. If your guys are doing CPR as instructed by a doctor, he has a higher authority than me, and he's there on the scene. Did anybody witness what happened?
Caller: No, just the doctor sir. The doctor's been the only one here.
Operator: OK, so did the doctor see what happened?
Caller: (Speaking to doctor) Doctor, did you see what happened sir? (Speaking to operator) Sorry, you just, if you can please...
Operator: We're on our way, we're on our way. I was, I'm just passing these questions on to our paramedics, but they're on their way there, sir.
Caller: Thank you sir. He's pumping, he's pumping the chest, he's not responding to anything sir. Please...
Operator: OK, OK, we're on our way. We're, we're less than a mile away, we'll be there shortly.
Caller: Thank you sir, thank you.
Operator: OK sir. Call us back if you need any help. Thank you. Goodbye.
Caller: Yes sir.