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Matthew Perry’s 911 Emergency Dispatch Audio Released, LA County Updates Cause of Death As “Deferred”

On Friday, it was reported that Mathew Perry, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the hit comedy Friends, had passed away at the age of 54.

According to LA police officers who responded to a 911 call for cardiac arrest, they found Perry dead inside of his jacuzzi.

Now TMZ has obtained the audio from the 15-second dispatch call which reveals that Agents 23 and Rescue 23 were responding to a drowning.

Certain words have been censored to maintain confidentiality.


As of now, the 911 call that was made from Perry’s residence has not been released to the general public.

The cause of Perry’s death is still under investigation, and on Sunday, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office updated Perry’s cause of death as “deferred.”

Per CNN:

The cause of actor Matthew Perry’s death at his residence Saturday will require additional investigative steps by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office before reaching a conclusion, according to records from the agency.

The medical examiner updated its online record for Perry on Sunday afternoon, listing his cause of death as “deferred.”

“In cases where the cause of death cannot be determined at the time of autopsy, a deferred certificate will be issued until additional studies have been completed,” according to the LA coroner’s guidelines.


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