The world is still reeling from the untimely death of actress and philanthropist Lisa Marie Presley at 54. All her fans want to know what happened and if she could've survived her double cardiac arrests.
Lisa Marie Presley's Distress Exposed in 911 Call Before Tragic Cardiac Arrest
The 911 Call Goes Viral
The New York Post obtained the Emergency Call message to 911 on Tuesday revealing further details on the tragedy. The caller sounded like the singer's ex-husband and father of her children, Danny Keough, and her housekeeper in the background.
The Housekeeper And Danny Keough Made The 911 Call
The housekeeper sounded frantic and distressed as she explained the situation. The operator asked for their address, and if someone was there with her, so she called Keough. Reports show that the musician lived with his ex-wife before her death on January 12.
Suffering Multiple Cardiac Arrests
Presley suffered a heart attack, a.k.a. cardiac arrest, at her Calabasas home on January 12 until the ambulance and emergency response team came and transported her to the hospital. Meanwhile, Keough attempted CPR on Presley before their arrival.
Ambulance Responded Promptly
The respondent told Keough that paramedics were on the way to the Calabasas home to pick up Presley and wanted to know if they needed anything before coming. Keough said the security would let them in because he informed them of their pending arrival.
Family Signed A DNR
Presley's heart reportedly stopped multiple times at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center. Her family signed a Do Not Resuscitate form hence the actress died from her second cardiac arrest.
No Cause Of Death
Despite the new information pouring out daily, there's no concrete cause of death from the police and hospital for Lisa Marie Presley. Her children are taking it hard as they refuse to return to their mother's home due to its negative memories.
Burial To Take Place In Graceland
The family announced Presley's burial at the front lawn of Graceland on Sunday, Jan. 22, by 9:00 a.m. Her daughters, Riley, and twins Harper and Finley, would inherit Graceland, as confirmed by representatives of the late singer.
Finally Resting In Peace With Benjamin
Lisa Marie would rest in Memphis, Tennessee, beside her son, Benjamin, who committed suicide in 2020. The singer took his death hard but kept going for her daughters, so her family believes she'll rest in peace now.
No Flowers, Just Donations
The family asked that fans and family should donate to The Elvis Presley Charitable Foundation instead of giving flowers.