“Extra” has obtained the audio from the 911 call placed on Luke Perry’s behalf.
Perry suffered a massive stroke February 27. The 52-year-old was rushed to a hospital, but died March 4.
In a heavily redacted audio recording, a 911 operator asks a female caller a series of questions, “Is he injured? Did he hurt himself? Did he fall? Is he able to speak with you? Is he breathing normally?" She then says, "Have him stay where he is at until they arrive — they are on their way. Does he have any other complaints, symptoms of serious medical history? They will be there soon… if he should get any worse before we arrive, please call us back.”
The woman remains calm, indicates she is at home, but her answers are redacted. At one point she says, “Yes, please hurry up and get here.”
A source told People magazine, "He never regained consciousness. Things were so dire that they put him under heavy sedation. He was gone, basically, by the time he got to the hospital.”
Perry was best known for his roles on “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Riverdale.”