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Sept. 30, 2011: Paramedic Richard Senneff tesifies at Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial.
He was the first paramedic to reach Michael Jackson's bedroom on the day he died. He said Murray, the singer's doctor, told him at the time he administered only one drug to the King of Pop, and did not mention the word 'propofol,' an anesthetic he had been giving him as a sleeping aid.
Senneff also testified that Jackson appeared to have been in cardiac arrest for longer than five minutes, which is the amount of time it took paramedics to reach him. They never saw any signs of life from the singer, he said.