Lisa Marie Presley’s housekeeper’s ambulance call to save singer before death

Lisa Marie Presley’s housekeeper desperately tried to guide emergency responder’s to the singer’s mansions after finding her unresponsive.

Elvis’ only child, Lisa Marie, died on January 12, aged 54, after being rushed to hospital when her heart apparently stopped several times before being declared dead – her cause of death has not been confirmed yet.

According to a police call obtained by The Post, Lisa Marie’s distraught housekeeper struggled to get her words out to guide the emergency services during the incident.

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“What’s the address of your emergency?” a police operator asked the housekeeper, who called the emergency services from Lisa’s home in Calabasas.

“Ma’am, is there someone else there with you right now?” the responder said, before asking if the worker could hand the phone to someone with her.

A man who’s believed to be Lisa’s ex-husband Danny Keough reportedly took over, replying: “Hi,” after taking over the call from the housekeeper.

The operator said, “Sir, listen, paramedics [are] already on the way,” and asked if the ambulance needed to know anything to be able to get to the home.

“No, there’s a security gate in the neighbourhood, but they’ll just let them through,” Danny said.

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Danny, who Lisa lived with, reportedly attempted to perform CPR until first-aiders arrived at the scene.

Reports claim that emergency responders revived Lisa several times before she ultimately yielded.

The American singer was the only child of legendary musician Elvis Presley – who passed away in 1977 aged 47 – and actress Priscilla Presley, 77.

Reports have stated that Lisa Marie will be buried at Graceland, where Elvis himself resided.

She will be laid to rest next to the body of her son, Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide in 2020.

Lisa was also the mother of twins Harper and Finley.

Tributes have been flooding out since Lisa Marie’s tragic passing – with her ex-husband Nicholas Cage, who she was married to from 2002 until 2004, declaring the star had: “The greatest laugh of anyone I ever met. She lit up every room, and I am heartbroken.”

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