EXCLUSIVE: 911 Called Shortly Before 9:30 Friday Night In Marie Osmond Son's Suicide

Feb. 27 2010, Published 2:45 p.m. ET

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The 911 call reporting the suicide of Marie Osmond's son Michael Blosil came in to the Los Angeles City Fire Department at 9:26 pm Friday, has learned exclusively.

"It was categorized as an 'extreme fall','" a source told"Four units from the fire department were dispatched including a battalion chief, supervising paramedic unit, a fire truck and a paramedic unit.  Once they arrived, they worked in coordination with the LAPD and the coroner's field investigator."

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MORE DETAILS On Michael's Tragic Suicide & Marie's Reaction

Michael, who battled depression for years, left a suicide note. He jumped from his downtown Los Angeles apartment building.

The scene was cleared at 10:52 pm.

Michael has struggled for most of his life and was in drug rehab in 2007. Marie's brother Donnie has previously said that Michael fell in with the "wrong crowd."

Michael Blosil lived in a downtown Los Angeles apartment building called The Met. Within walking distance to the famed Staples Center, The Met promotes that every apartment has a "private balcony."

"Michael was a nice guy, a quiet guy who kept to himself," Justin, a security guard on duty at The Met Saturday tells exclusively.


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