RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained the dramatic 911 call for child actor Gary Coleman following a medical emergency back on January 6th.
In the call a male is heard telling the call handler that a 42 year old male Coleman has suffered a seizure and has vomited but is breathing.
When questioned more, the caller then says he isn't sure if there was an actual seizure.
He goes on to say that the "jerking and twitching" has stopped but that Coleman is heavy breathing now although he is "sitting up".
The call handler gives instructions on how to proceed while waiting for the emergency medical crew to arrive, saying that if another seizure occurs do not perform CPR or "force anything into his mouth."
The call handler says to turn him onto his side and not to allow him to get up or walk around.
He also instructs the caller to call back immediately if another seizure occurs and in the meantime to not allow Coleman anything to eat or drink.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Coleman collapsed at the Custom Hotel where he was staying while conducting promotional duties for an upcoming movie. Coleman was released from hospital after treatment, his rep says he is "doing fine".