Marcus Garvey, the crew chief of the EMT unit that responded to the Travolta's home in the Bahamas and transported Jett Travolta to the hospital, gives all the details surrounding the 16-year-old's tragic death. In a world exclusive RadarOnline.com interview, Garvey reveals how rescue workers tried to save Jett as John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston looked on in horror. Garvey describes how John and Kelly insisted on riding in the ambulance and the heartbreaking scene that unfolded.
When Garvey arrived at the Travolta's home, he tells RadarOnline.com that Jett had been moved into a hallway and a doctor was performing CPR on the boy. Jett was unconscious and had a hematoma. "There was a minimum amount of blood," Garvey said, describing it as consistent with someone who had just had a seizure.
Garvey told us that Jett had no pulse and there was no respiration.
Kelly Preston asked: "Is he breathing? Are you helping him? Are you getting him back? Is he coming back?"
Garvey says he could only answer: "We are still trying."
John and Kelly insisted on traveling in the ambulance with Jett. Garvey reveals that John was holding his son's hand and saying, "Come on Jett."
Garvey said that Kelly was rubbing Jett's hand, saying, "Come on baby, come on Jett." She was in tears.
Jett was pronounced dead at the hospital and when the ordeal was over, amazingly, John Travolta wanted to express his gratitude to Garvey for his effort. "He tapped me on the shoulder and said 'good job, good job,'" Garvey said.
Watch the video of the full interview.