Emotional 911 Call For Brittany Murphy Released
First Published: January 8, 2010 6:31 PM EST Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The 911 call made by Brittany Murphy’s mother, Sharon Murphy, on December 20 has been released and obtained by Access Hollywood.
“My daughter is passed out…please get here quickly…please hurry!” Sharon is heard saying to the 911 operator.
During the frantic call, the operator then asks if Brittany is breathing, to which she screams, “No, no!”
The operator instructs the actress’ mother to begin CPR. Sharon explains that her daughter vomited, saying, “She just threw up tons of stuff, tons and tons of water.”
Sharon and the actress’ husband, Simon Monjack, can be heard attempting to check if the 32-year-old actress is breathing. Monjack is then heard performing CPR while Sharon stays on the phone with the 911 operator.
When asked if anyone saw what happened to the actress, her mother said, “[She] couldn’t walk right. She’s had a cold.”
The operator then asks if Brittany is taking any medications, to which Sharon said, “No, no…no.”
Sharon then informs the operator that emergency medical professionals have arrived to the actress’ LA area home and the call ends.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, an autopsy on Murphy was completed on December 23. However, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office released a statement saying the cause of death would be “deferred pending the receipt of additional toxicological tests and tissue studies that have been ordered by the deputy medical examiner.”
Those results were expected to take at least four to six weeks.
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