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Lisa Marie Presley’s Final Moments: Family Signed Do Not Resuscitate Order After First Cardiac Arrest

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CALABASAS, CALIFORNIA: Lisa Marie Presley, 54, died Jan. 12 after being hospitalized after suffering cardiac arrest. In the hospital, however, she suffered a second cardiac arrest. Due to her desolate condition and little hope, Presley’s family signed an order “not to resuscitate.” The singer was found collapsed at her Calabasas home by her housekeeper and rushed to the hospital on Thursday morning, January 12.

TMZ reports that the 54-year-old singer/songwriter and only child of the “King of Rock and Roll” Elvis Presley has been pronounced brain dead after being rushed to the hospital. First, the doctors put her in an induced coma and she was put on life support. The fact that she was brain dead, her family signed a DNR, and shortly after that the worst happened. Lisa Marie Presley suffered a second cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead. It’s still unclear how long she went without oxygen before her housekeeper found her unconscious. CPR was administered by her husband, Danny Keough, and then by EMTs. Surprisingly, they were able to regain a pulse and take Presley to the hospital.

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Priscilla Presley said in a statement: “It is with a heavy heart that I share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has passed away. She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known.” Lisa Marie Presley is buried alongside her father Elvis Presley and their late son Benjamin at Graceland, Tennessee, having asked her family to be buried in the meditation garden.

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