For Lisa Marie Presley any help came too late! The only daughter of music legend Elvis Presley (†1977) died January 12, 2023 at the age of 54 after a cardiac arrest. Now more details about her tragic death are known. The doctors fought to save Lisa Marie's life until the end - in vain.
As 'TMZ' reports, Lisa Marie Presley did not feel particularly well on Thursday morning. Accordingly, she is said to have complained of abdominal pain, which increased during the day. A few hours later she suffered cardiac arrest at home.
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Her housekeeper is said to have been the one who found the lifeless Lisa Marie in her bedroom. At exactly the same time, Lisa Marie's first husband, Danny Keough, returned after taking twins Finley and Harper, 14, to school. He immediately performed a cardiac massage. When paramedics arrived at the scene, they reportedly restored Lisa Marie's pulse with an epinephrine shot.
As a result, Lisa Marie was taken to a hospital, where the doctors took all possible steps to save her. Accordingly, she received a temporary pacemaker in the intensive care unit, which kept her alive. At the same time she was placed in an artificial coma.
A short time later, Lisa Marie's mother Priscilla Presley (77) also appeared in the hospital to help her. She appealed to fans online to pray for her daughter. But all life-saving measures were ultimately unsuccessful. Lisa Marie leaves behind three children: In addition to the twin daughters, she also has an adult daughter, actress Riley Keough (33). Their son Benjamin Keough passed away in 2020 at the age of 27. (tma)source: vip.de