phoenix sunset

Joaquin Phoenix's 9-1-1 call
  • Caller: It's my brother! He's having seizures at Sunset and Larrabee, please come here!
  • Dispatcher: Ok, calm down a little bit. What's the address where you need it?
  • Caller: It's Sunset and Larrabee, the Viper Room.
  • Dispatcher: Ok, what's the address there, you know?
  • Caller: (yelling) What's the address of the ... club?
  • Dispatcher: Sir, sir, calm down a little bit, OK?
  • Caller: I'm sorry. It's my brother, please come, he's (inaudible).
  • Dispatcher: I understand, OK, calm down.
  • Caller: He's on the corner of Sunset and Larrabee, you can't miss it!
  • Dispatcher: OK, is this your brother's having a seizure?
  • Caller: Yes.
  • Dispatcher: How old is he?
  • Caller: He's 23.
  • Dispatcher: Twenty-three? OK, you know what the telephone number is?
  • Caller: You must get here! It's the Viper Room.
  • Dispatcher: OK. Viper Room?
  • Caller: 8852, 8852 Sunset and Larrabee. Please come!
  • Dispatcher: OK, I have paramedics on the way. OK? Sir? Stay on the line with me and calm down a little bit, all right?
  • Caller: I'm calm, but please get here.
  • Dispatcher: Calm down! OK, if you can't calm down give the phone to somebody else.
  • Caller: No, there's no one else around.
  • Dispatcher: OK.
  • Caller: I'm fine. I'm fine.
  • Dispatcher: Pay attention to me, OK?
  • Caller: Yeah?
  • Dispatcher I show your address as 8860 Sunset Boulevard.
  • Caller: 8852
  • Dispatcher: OK, this is the Viper Room?
  • Caller: Yes.
  • Dispatcher: You're calling from a pay phone.
  • Caller: Yes.
  • Dispatcher: You know the number on that pay phone?
  • Caller: 855-9910.
  • Dispatcher: OK, take it easy, OK?
  • Caller: Now I'm thinking he had Valium or something, I don't know. You must get over here please!
  • Dispatcher: Slow down a little, OK?
  • Caller: Where is the guy? Where the ... are they, you know? Please, 'cuz he's dying, please!
  • Dispatcher: Slow down, OK?
  • Caller: OK what? (crying) What? What? Just get the ambulance over here. There's nothing I can do on the ... phone!
  • Dispatcher: OK, we have help on the way, all right?
  • Caller: I know. I thank you guys.
  • Dispatcher: Where's your brother right now?
  • Caller: He's laying on the cement.
  • Dispatcher: Is he breathing?
  • Caller: I don't know. The last I checked they said he was breathing. (yelling) Is he ... breathing (back to dispatcher) I don't know if he's breathing. Please you got to get over here! Where's the ambulance?
  • Dispatcher: Who's with him right now?
  • Caller: Um, my sister and some people.
  • Dispatcher: Pardon me?
  • Caller: My sister and some people.
  • Dispatcher: Your sister?
  • Caller: Yeah.
  • Dispatcher: OK, how old is your sister?
  • Caller: She's 19, she's 20.
  • Dispatcher: OK, can you talk to her from where you are?
  • Caller: She's trying to give him mouth-to-mouth. Please get to him. Please! Please!
  • Dispatcher: Sir, calm down. Tell her not to give mouth-to-mouth now.
  • Caller: (yelling to sister) Don't give him mouth-to-mouth!
  • Dispatcher: You only give him mouth-to-mouth if he's not breathing, OK? Is he not breathing? Answer my question, is he breathing?
  • Caller: I checked and honestly I'm 20 (unintelligible). I can't tell.
  • Dispatcher: Call over to your sister and ask her to check and see if he's breathing.
  • Caller: Hey John, is he breathing? (pause) OK, he's breathing.
  • Dispatcher: Then tell her not to give mouth-to-mouth, all right?
  • Caller: OK, she's not giving mouth-to-mouth.
  • Dispatcher: Is he still shaking? Is he still having a seizure?
  • Caller: He's not having the seizures anymore. He's just passed out.
  • Dispatcher: What's he doing? Just seems like he's sleeping right now?
  • Caller: Yeah. He just looks like he's sleeping. Is that OK?
  • Dispatcher: That's very normal, OK?
  • Caller: Yeah?
  • Dispatcher: That's very normal. Sometimes they do actually go to sleep. If he goes into another seizure, OK, and sometimes they do that, just let him have the seizure. Don't try and restrain him, all right?
  • Caller: What about putting my finger behind his mouth.
  • Dispatcher: Do not put nothing in his mouth.
  • Caller: OK.
  • Dispatcher: OK. He will not swallow his tongue, believe me. Just let him go ahead and have his seizure. Paramedics are on the way. They should be there shortly. OK?
  • Caller: Thank you so much. You've been very helpful. I'm sorry about being a ....
  • Dispatcher: OK. No problem.
  • Caller: Do I get off now or what?
  • Dispatcher: Yeah. You can go ahead and hang up. Call us back if you need us before the paramedics get there, OK?
  • Caller: They're coming. Bye.

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