The 911 dispatch call for Matthew Perry’s death is revealing more details about the “Friends” alum’s apparent drowning Saturday at his Los Angeles residence.
In the 15-second audio, obtained by TMZ, a man can be heard saying the word “drowning.”
“Agent 23. Rescue 23. EMS 9 on the radio. In response to the drowning,” the audio says, at times bleeping out certain words.
As The Post previously reported, first responders rushed to the address after receiving a call reporting a cardiac arrest. TMZ reported Perry’s assistant called 911.
Perry was found dead in the hot tub of his home in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of LA just after 4 p.m. In photos, a large white tent could be seen next to his pool and hot tub in his backyard.
Authorities also put up tape across the home as they continued to investigate the matter. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that no drugs were found at the scene and no foul play was suspected.
The outlet later reported that prescription drugs were found at the home.
He went to rehab 15 times over the years, and in 2018, his colon burst as a result of his drug use.
Doctors told him he had a 2% chance to live at the time.
He spent two weeks in a coma and five months in the hospital, having to use a colostomy bag for nine months amid the scary situation.
Shortly after the news broke of his death, the late actor’s parents, Suzanne Perry and John Bennett Perry (who divorced in 1970), appeared extremely distraught outside his home.
Suzanne was joined by her husband, “Dateline’s” Keith Morrison.
Last Sunday, the late star had just shared a rare photo with his lookalike dad via Instagram. “Here is me, and my father John, both holding a beverage,” he captioned the image.
Perry was best known for starring on “Friends” for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004, appearing alongside Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc.
The “Odd Couple” alum noted that his castmates were “understanding” and “patient” as he battled with his demons during the show’s run.
“I’m pretty healthy now. I’ve got to not go to the gym much more, because I don’t want to only be able to play superheroes. But no, I’m a pretty healthy guy right now,” he told People last year ahead of his memoir’s release.
“It’s important, but if you lose your sobriety, it doesn’t mean you lose all that time and education,” he said, noting he preferred not to disclose how long he had been sober. “Your sober date changes, but that’s all that changes. You know everything you knew before, as long as you were able to fight your way back without dying, you learn a lot.”
Perry was not married and had no children at the time of his death.