Before the shocking death of singer-songwriter Lisa Marie Presley on January 12th, there was a tense and sometimes confusing 911 call.
on Tuesday, Get the New York Post Canceled the emergency call from the day of the singer-songwriter’s obituary. In a short recording of her speaking to her operator on 911, Presley’s housekeeper and a man believed to be her ex-husband Danny Keough.
At 10:37 a.m. on January 12, paramedics called the home off Las Villenes Road in Calabasas where Presley was injured. heart episode.
“What’s your emergency address?” the operator asks Presley’s housekeeper, who can’t seem to articulate the location.
“What about Provence Drive?” says the operator.
“Normandy Drive,” the housekeeper replies.
“Yes, but is Provence Drive the closest street on the corner?” The operator presses again.
Presley’s housekeeper explained to the operator that she was calling from Calabasas, a city in LA County’s San Fernando Valley, but said, “I really don’t know.”
After hearing another voice over the phone, the 911 operator offers to hand the phone over to the housekeeper. The man has not been identified, but Keough was home Thursday and reportedly performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation to his ex-wife before the paramedics arrived.
“Sir, listen. Paramedics are already on their way. Do you have a code to get in there?” the operator asks the man.
“No, there’s a security gate in the neighborhood, but they go through it,” the man replies. “How far are they?”
The operator replied, “I don’t know where they are now.”
In another clip, a man appears to confirm that paramedics have arrived at the scene.
On Thursday night, Priscilla Presley announced that her only child with rock icon Elvis Presley had died.
A spokesperson for Priscilla Presley said, “Priscilla Presley and the Presley family are shocked and devastated by the tragic passing of their beloved Lisa Marie.” and asks for privacy during this very difficult time.”
On Friday, The Times confirmed that Lisa Marie Presley will be buried with her late son. Benjamin Keoughand her father Graceland.
The singer of “Storm & Grace” public memorial service Daughters Riley Keough and Harper Finley Lockwood made the announcement Monday at their home in Memphis, Tennessee at 9 a.m. CT Sunday.
This story originally appeared los angeles times.