RadarOnline.com has obtained a copy of the 911 call made by 911 dispatch to the Fire Rescue Team after Charlie Sheen's black Mercedes plunged into a ravine near Mulholland Drive in Sherman Oaks, California on February 5th.
In the call 911 dispatch can be heard relaying details of the crash location to the Fire Rescue Department. The caller says the vehicle, a black Mercedes S600 Sedan is located on Mulholland, East of Sumatra, and that OnStar have attempted to make contact with the occupants but that no one is responding.
In the next call the Fire Department call On-Star to confirm the accident. OnStar gives the GPS location of the vehicle as 13249 Mulholland Drive, stating that the driver’s airbag deployed and confirm that they have called the car but that no one has responded.
When emergency rescue arrived at the scene there was no one found in or near the vehicle.
Police said that the thief or thieves were able to steal the four-door sedan as Sheen, 44, apparently left the keys in his 2009 Mercedes-Benz as it sat in an open garage.
The vehicle was found badly damaged in a ravine nearly two miles from the Two and a Half Men star’s home after authorities were notified of a crash by the vehicle's electronic security system. A search of the area around the crash site did not uncover the driver of the stolen vehicle or any passengers who may have been traveling in the car, police said.