A desperate 911 call from Michael Jackson's home

Fresno, CA A doctor was in the house when Jackson stopped breathing.

Caller: "yes we have a personal doctor here with him sir."

Dispatcher: "oh you have a doctor there?"

Caller: "but he is not responding to the CPR or anything."

That doctor was cardiologist Conrad Murray. He's agreed to talk with investigators who impounded his car Thursday night in search of evidence.

Charlie beck, LAPD Deputy Chief said, "We will do a thorough with the doctor to discuss some of the unanswered questions."

An initial autopsy was completed but toxicology results to determine the official cause of death could take up to six weeks.

ABC has learned that Jackson received an injection of the powerful pain killer Demerol one hour before the 911 call. The pop star was also addicted to another painkiller Oxycontin.

The comeback tour Jackson announced just before death was sold out.

Elizabeth Taylor was packing for his opening in London when she got the news. She issued a statement "My heart, my mind, are broken."

Singer Diana Ross said "I can't stop crying, this is too sudden and shocking."

Tributes to the king of pop are growing as fans flock to New York's Apollo Theatre, his childhood home in Indiana, at his Neverland Ranch. At the family home friends came as well.

Rev. Jesse Jackson, family friend said, "Mrs. Jackson has had to grapple with the loss of her first son."

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