Lisa Marie Presley's distressed housekeeper desperately called 911 after finding the singer unresponsive earlier this month.
The singer-songwriter died on January 12 at the age of 54 after being rushed to the hospital. Lisa Marie suffered two cardiac arrests before she was declared dead.
She was the only child of music icon Elvis Presley.
Her housekeeper called 911 after finding Lisa Marie's body on the floor of her home in the Calabasas neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
During the 911 phone call, the housekeeper seemed distraught as she struggled to direct paramedics to the property.
"What’s the address of your emergency?" a police operator asked during the call, which was obtained by the New York Post.
After the housekeeper struggled to get her words out, the responder asked: "Ma’am, is there someone else there with you right now?"
They then asked if there was someone the housekeeper could pass the phone to.
A man, believed to be Lisa Marie's ex-husband Danny Keough, then took over the conversation.
"Sir, listen, paramedics [are] already on the way," the operator told Danny. They went on to ask if the ambulance needed to know anything to be able to access the property.
"No, there’s a security gate in the neighbourhood, but they’ll just let them through," Danny replied. He then told the operator that the paramedics had arrived.
Danny, who lived with Lisa Marie, reportedly attempted to perform CPR until the paramedics arrived.
Lisa Marie will be laid to rest at her father's Memphis mansion Graceland, next to her beloved son Benjamin Keough.
The iconic home of Elvis will go to Lisa Marie's three daughters - Riley Keough, 33, and twins Finley and Harper, 14.
The property was Lisa Marie's childhood home and is where Elvis died in 1977 at the age of 42, when Lisa Marie was just nine-years-old.
She will be laid to rest during a public memorial service which will take place on Sunday January 22.
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