AUDIO and TRANSCRIPT 9-1-1 Call for Whitney Houston Medical Emergency at Beverly Hilton Hotel

TMZ has obtained the 911 call placed moments after Whitney Houston’s body was discovered in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton hotel last month.

911 TRANSCRIPT of Whitney Houston Medical Emergency at Beverly Hilton

Operator: 911 emergency.

Caller: Hi, how you doing? This is security from the Beverly Hilton.

Operator: Hi, what’s going on?

Caller: I need paramedics. Apparently, I got a 46-year-old female found in the bathroom. That’s all I’ve got right now, but they’re requesting paramedics.

Operator: OK, someone fell in the bathroom. What room is she in?

Caller: I’m not sure she fell or if she was in the bathroom with the water. (Room) 464; 434, I’m sorry.

Operator: That’s room 4-3-4?

Caller: Yes.

Operator: Ok and that’s not east, west or anything else? It’s room 434?

Caller: Yea.

Operator: And you don’t know if she’s conscious or breathing at all?

Caller: Apparently she wasn’t breathing and she’s a 46-year-old.

Operator: She was not breathing?

Caller: Yes.

Operator: OK, but she is breathing now?

Caller: I don’t know. The person that called me was irate and I didn’t get much out her. I’ll have security go in there now.

Operator: OK, we’ll send police and fire over there now with a person not breathing. Did it sound like the person was still not breathing?

Caller: Ya, that’s correct.

Operator: OK, we’ll get them there for not breathing. Is there any way you can get in the room so I can try to do CPR?

Caller: Ya, we’re going there now.

Operator: Can you get me into the room so I can try to give CPR instructions?

Caller: Oh, I’m sorry. No, cause she kept hanging up on us.

Operator: She kept hanging up on you?

Caller: Yea.

Operator: Ok we’re good. We’re getting over there, OK?

Caller: OK, thank you.

Operator: Thank you. Bye-bye.

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