Demi Lovato’s friends asked EMTs to respond to overdose without sirens

Demi Lovato’s friends ask paramedics to drive to her house without sirens after the star overdosed.

In a clip from the 911 call posted online by TMZ on Thursday, a female caller can be heard asking the emergency dispatcher if the responding ambulance could drive to the singer’s Hollywood Hills residence without lights or sirens, presumably to avoid drawing attention to the house and situation, but was informed that it would not be possible.

“Wait, no sirens, please, right?” she asks, after being told to listen for the vehicle’s sirens.

“No no no, this is a medical emergency. I don’t have any control over that,” the dispatcher then informs the caller.

The caller and another man stayed on the line with the dispatcher until paramedics arrived on the scene, promising to have someone go outside to wave the ambulance down.

On Tuesday, emergency personnel was dispatched to Lovato’s block around 11 a.m. Los Angeles time and transported a 25-year-old woman to a nearby hospital shortly afterward, the Los Angeles Fire Department previously confirmed to Page Six

According to another part of the emergency call previously posted by TMZ, Lovato was unconscious when paramedics arrived. The website also said she had been treated with Narcan at her home.

On Wednesday, it came out that the star may have been administered Narcan by one of her friends. Lovato and her pals reportedly had the emergency medicine, used to reverse the effects of some drug overdoses, on hand with them on a “binger” the night before she was hospitalized.

On Tuesday night, Lovato was said to be in stable condition. On Thursday, E! News reported that she will be going to rehab.

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