Kid Rock 911 Call Released in Assistant's Death

The singer sounded frantic after discovering his 30-year-old assistant dead from an ATV accident.
2:31 | 04/27/16

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We're back now with that nightmare for kid rock. The singer saying he is beyond devastated after finding his assistant dead on his property. Killed in an atv accident and this morning kid rock's 911 call for help is raising questions. ABC's linsey Davis has the latest. Good morning, linsey. I feed an ambulance. I need an ambulance. Reporter: Frantic words from a panicked kid rock. I think my assistant looks to be dead from I polaris accident. Reporter: The country rocker discovering his accident 0-year-old Michael Sacha dead in his Nashville home's driveway after an atv accident. Your phone is breaking up really badly. I can't hear you. Can you repeat the phone number? Can you hear me now. I can hear you better now. Send the ambulance. I have not yet because I don't know what's going on. What is your name sir? Send the ambulance now. In this newly released 911 call listen as kid rock grows more and more agitated while the dispatcher asks for more information. I need a Ambulance. Sir, I'm going to send you an ambulance but I'm having a hard time hearing you. Your phone is breaking up badly. I heard you say your polaris. What part of send an ambulance don't you Hear. Send a Ambulance now. Sir, you yelling at me is not going to help the situation. I'm just trying to figure out what is going on, okay. Eventually rock's friend takes over. Okay, listen to me, okay, we want to help him out if we can, okay. I just have a few more questions. I don't think you can help him. Just please send somebody, please. Reporter: Nearly four minutes into the call the dispatcher says she's sending help. Okay, I do have the call sent out for the paramedics to be on the way and the police, okay. And the police, okay, thank you. Reporter: This morning that frustrated exchange between kid rock and the 911 dispatcher is raising the question, could help have been sent sooner? With cell phones, typically the dispatcher may know generally where you're calling from but would not have an exact address so they really have to rely on the caller to provide the exact address. Reporter: In Sacha's case the ambulance's arrival time wouldn't have mattered. Police say he died much earlier already deceased when they arrived. Kid rock posted this message on his website, I am beyond devastated. Rip, Mike. We will never forget you, my friend. Sacha's family described hip as a great athlete and a genuine person with a larger than life personality. Police have ruled his death an accident. What surprised many of us when you call 911 from a cell phone they don't automatically have your address. Just tragic. Thank you for that.

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