The 911 call which was made last week for Rick Ross is released. The call seems like a scary situation was happening. Rick Ross friend who’s name is witheld is on the phone with the 911 operator seeming real panicked.
Rick Ross friend called 911 and said:
‘I have a friend mine, at his house, he’s breathing hard and throwing up. I need an ambulance here ASAP,’ a friend told emergency responders in a 911 call obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.
‘I know he’s had seizures before. He took his medicine earlier, but he’s not breathing right,’ he said in the call, naming the distressed man as William Roberts, Rick Ross’s real name.
The caller said that Ross was had a history seizures and that when he tried to wake the rapper, he was ‘slobbing out the mouth’.
Acutal 911 call
‘I just happened to get up and go up and check,’ the friend told emergency responders. ‘Our friend… was kind breathing hard.’
When asked if Ross was awake, the friend said: ‘He’s in and out.’
He added: ‘He has cold sweats and is breathing real hard. He’s been shaking real bad.’
Later in the conversation, the man said Ross had been vomiting, and ‘when it came up it looked a little like blood’.
The man told emergency responders that Ross had been ill for about 20 minutes when he called 911.
Halfway through the call, the man tells emergency services that Ross ‘boo-bood’ on himself and was nodding his head.
He said that Ross had no no idea what happened, and that he was hot and thirsty.
The Davie Police Department also released a second 911 call from a friend who was on his way to Ross’s house.
‘I have a friend who’s kind not responding right now,’ the man said at the start the call.
He said was about a ten-minute drive away from the home, but said a friend called him from the house to say Ross was ‘unresponsive and breathing heavily’.
In his call, he gives emergency responders information for someone inside the home.
Ross was being treated in the Memorial Regional Hospital’s cardiac unit, in Hollywood Florida, after emergency responders took him from his home last week.