With that being said, audio recordings of the 911 call sent out by Presley’s housekeeper has now surfaced, according to Page Six.
In the recordings, you can hear the operator ask:
“What’s the address of your emergency?”
The housekeeper tries to clarify the “closest street on the corner,” but admits:
“I really don’t know.”
The operator then asks to speak with someone else who was present, and a man picked up the phone, Presley’s ex-husband, Danny Keough.
You can hear him say:
“There’s a security gate in the neighborhood, but they’ll just let them through. How close are they? How far are they?”
The operator admits they have “no idea,” but you can hear paramedics arrive to the scene by the end of the conversation.
Once paramedics arrived, they performed CPR on Presley, administered an adrenaline shot, and revived her pulse before taking her to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center, where she was then placed on life support.
Priscilla, 77, then shared a heartfelt message for her late daughter, saying:
“It is with a heavy heart that I must share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter, Lisa Marie has left us.
She was the most passionate, strong, and loving woman I have ever known.”
The songwriter is survived by her daughter Riley, 33, and twin daughters Harper and Finley, 14, with whom she shared with Keough and Michael Lockwood.
Presley also had a son, Benjamin, who died by suicide at age 27 back in 2020.
She will be buried at Graceland, right next to Benjamin.