June 26, 2009 1 Comment
When EMTs arrived at Michael Jackson’s home yesterday, the medics wanted to pronounce him dead on the scene — but Michael’s personal doctor refused to let them “call it” — this according to sources close to the situation.
When EMTs arrived there was evidence someone had been performing CPR on Michael for “quite some time.” There was evidence of Lidocaine — an old-school drug that can be used to treat disturbances in the heart’s rhythm. Medics took over performing CPR but determined Jackson was lifeless — and wanted to call the coroner to pick up the body.
We’re told Jackson was flat-lined when EMTs arrived. Read more of this post