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September 21, 2017

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Police seek to question Vegas doctor in Jackson’s death

Police investigating Michael Jackson’s death are seeking to further question a Las Vegas cardiologist who was present at the performer’s home when he went into cardiac arrest and stopped breathing, according to police and other sources familiar with the probe, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Dr. Conrad Murray, 51, who is licensed in Texas, Nevada and California, was administering CPR to the performer Thursday when paramedics arrived at his rented Holmby Hills home. Murray accompanied Jackson, 50, to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, where the singer was pronounced dead.

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