Murray called for security, but no one answered. Finally the doctor had to run downstairs to get a chef to summon help for the dying King of Pop. "This entire time, with the exception of him running downstairs, he was performing CPR on Michael Jackson," Edward Chernoff, the lawyer, told CNN.
Although, it wasn't clear whether the phone scene contributed to Jackson's death, but every moment is critical when reviving a patient in cardiac arrest like Jackson, reports The New York Daily News. Paramedics raced to the home and tried to resuscitate the 50-year-old superstar. They then took him to UCLA Medical Center, where doctors spent another hour in a futile effort to keep him alive.