'No Pulse' & 'No Breathing': Margot Kidder's Horrific 911 Call Finally Released
Margot Kidder was found unconscious inside her Livingston, Montana home this Mother's Day, May 13. Now, the horrific 911 call from her death scene has been released.
According to the chilling audio, Margot Kidder had "no pulse" and "no breathing" when emergency medical crews arrived at her house.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the Superman star — who suffered from substance abuse and depression throughout her life — was rushed to the hospital unresponsive, and pronounced dead later that day. She was 69 at the time.
Her death is still being investigated, though officials do not suspect foul play.
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