The official 911 call for Lisa Marie Presley’s death has been revealed. Lisa Marie’s housekeepers were the ones to call 911 ahead of her cardiac arrest. The January 12 audio clip was officially obtained by the New York Post, where Presley’s employees can be heard attempting to direct emergency responders to her home.
“What’s the address of your emergency?” the 911 operator asks, as he struggled to understand her. After trying to clarify what the closest street on the corner was, the housekeeper then said “ I really don’t know.”
The operator then asked if there was someone else he could speak to, which is believed to be Presley’s ex-husband, Danny Keough. “There’s a security gate in the neighborhood, but they’ll just let them through,” he tells the operator. “How close are they? How far are they?”
Hear the 911 Chilling Call Made Before Lisa Marie Presley’s Cardiac Arrest
Although the operator can be heard saying that he didn’t know when the paramedics were set to arrive, an ambulance can be heard arriving at the scene at the end of the conversation. Paramedics reportedly performed CPR on Presley, and administered epinephrine, reviving her post before she was rushed to West Hill Hospital and Medical Center. There she was placed on life support.
Her mother, Priscilla Presley, confirmed the death of a 54-year-old daughter later that evening. “It is with a heavy heart that I must share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us,” the 77-year-old told the Associated Press. “She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known.”
The star had four children, actress Riley Keough, 33, and late son Benjamin with her ex-husband Danny Keough. She also shared twins Harper and Finley, 14, with ex-husband, Michael Lockwood. Lisa Marie, who was Elvis Presley’s only daughter, will be buried at Graceland next to her son, Ben, according to Riley’s representative. A memorial service is set to be held at the Tennessee Estate on January 22nd.