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O site de celebridades http://www.tmz.com/ divulgou esta sexta, dia 26, o áudio da chamada de emergência feita a partir da casa de Michael Jackson.
A chamada revela que Michael já não estaria a respirar quando a equipa médica foi chamada para socorrer o cantor.
Basta saber se a chamada é real ou então apenas mais um embuste digno dos paparazzi.
Áudio da chamada de emergência
Transcrição da conversa
DISPATCH: Paramedic #33…what is the nature of your emergency?
911 CALLER: Yes, sir, I need to…I need an ambulance as soon as possible, sir.
DISPATCH: OK, sir. What’s your address?
CALLER: Los Angeles, California, 90077.
DISPATCH: You said Carrolwood?
CALLER: Carrolwood Drive, yes.
DISPATCH: OK, sir, what’s the phone number you’re calling from?
DISPATCH: And what’s the problem? Exactly what happened?
CALLER: Sir, we have a gentleman here that needs help. He’s not breathing. He’s not breathing and we need to…we’re trying to pump him but he’s not…
DISPATCH: OK, OK, how old is he?
CALLER: He’s 50 years old, sir.
DISPATCH: 50? OK. He’s unconscious? He’s not breathing?
CALLER: Yes, he’s not breathing, sir.
DISPATCH: OK. And he’s not conscious either, he’s not breathing…
CALLER: No, he’s not conscious, sir.
DISPATCH: Is he on the floor? Where is he at right now?
CALLER: Sir, he’s on the bed.
DISPATCH: OK, let’s get him on the floor.
DISPATCH: OK, let’s get him down to the floor. I’m going to help you with CPR right now, OK?
CALLER: We need him to get…we need him…
DISPATCH: We’re on our way. I’m going to do as much as I can to help you on the phone. We’re already on our way. Did anybody see him?
CALLER: Yes, we have a personal doctor here with him, sir.
DISPATCH: Oh, you have a doctor there?
CALLER: Yes, but he’s not responding to anything. No…No…Hes not responding to CPR or anything.
DISPATCH: Oh, OK. Well, we’re on our way. If you guys are doing CPR instructed by a doctor, there’s a higher authority than me. And he’s there on scene. Um, did anybody witness what happened?
CALLER: No, only the doctor, sir. The doctor’s been the only one here.
DISPATCH: OK, so did the doctor see what happened?
CALLER [to the doctor]: Doctor, did you see what happened, sir?
CALLER: Sir, you just, if you can please…
DISPATCH: We’re on our way, we’re on our way. I’m just passing these questions on to paramedics who are on their way there.
CALLER: Thank you, sir. He’s pumping, he’s pumping his chest, but he’s not responding to anything, sir. Please.
DISPATCH: OK, we’re on our way. We’re less than a mile away. We’ll be there shortly.
CALLER: Thank you, sir. Thank you.
DISPATCH: OK, sir. Call us back if you need anything else.
CALLER: Yes, sir.