Authorities have released a recording of the 911 call that sent them to actress Heather Locklear’s house last Saturday over fears she was "suicidal."
A man, believed to be Locklear’s doctor, who is not identified by name on the 911 tape, tells a dispatcher that he is worried about a patient.
"I have a patient and I have a feeling she is suicidal," the man who identified himself during the call as a medical doctor, told the dispatcher. "I would want someone to go [to her home]."
The doctor said he did not have her address, but the dispatcher was able to look up her location by reversing her phone number.
"What we’re gonna do is we’re gonna go out," the dispatcher tells the doctor.
"We’ll get somebody on the way out there and figure out what we can do, what’s going on," he later added.
The doctor then asked if someone can "kindly call me back and let me know the status afterward."
The dispatcher tells the doctor he will, to which the doctor responds, "I will appreciate that. That way I’ll know someone has gone there and she’s OK."
Authorities did not intervene after arriving at the actresses’ residence. (info from People magazine)