911 Call and Police Documents From Night of Chris Cornell’s Death Released


A 911 call made by a hotel employee on the night of Chris Cornell‘s death in Detroit has been obtained by local ABC affiliate WXYZ, while police records obtained by the Detroit Free Press have also been revealed.

In the 911 call (which can be heard below), the hotel employee states, “I have a non-responsive guest in the hotel, a 50-year-old male inside of Room 1136,” to which the dispatcher responds, “Non-responsive — he’s not breathing?” The hotel employee responds, “No. They found out that the guest is attempting to hang himself, so they’re trying to get him down so they can assist with CPR.”

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