"Send an crisis right now. This is an crisis."
So starts the extraordinary 911 contact, in which Demi Moore's associates are seriously trying to get an crisis to the actress' Beverly Hillsides home as easily as possible, which was launched today by the Los Angeles Fireplace Office.
On the intensely redacted documenting, which persists about 10 moments, one of Moore's associates starts fighting with the dispatcher amongst misunderstandings over which organization protects the community and should be delivering paramedics.
"Why is there not an ambulance coming now?" the woman says testily before explaining what caused the star to "act crazy."
"She smoked something. It's not marijuana but it's similar to incense. She seems to be having convulsions of some sort.
"She's semi-conscious ... barely. She's convulsing."
The phone is passed to another woman, who tells the dispatcher, "She's not breathing normally ... she's burning up."
Asked if she knows exactly what Moore smoked or any other drugs she might have consumed, the second woman replies: "She's been having some issues with some other stuff lately. I don't know what she's been taking or not."
The dispatcher calms the woman down and explains how to treat Moore, stressing to keep her airway open.
By the end of the call, the paramedics have arrived to take Moore to Sherman Oaks Hospital, where she has since been discharged.
As E! News has previously reported, the 49-year-old Moore had been hosting a birthday party for a friend at the time and had exhibited "pretty hyper" behavior in the moments before the 911 call.