Los Angeles 26 Giugno 2009(Corsera.it)
E' morto Michael Jackson la più popolare rock che sia mai esistita sul pianeta Terra.Il mondo si prepara ad un grande momento di lutto,sono milioni i fans commossi per la morte del loro idolo.Stroncato da un infarto mortale nella sua villa di Beverly Hills,non c'è stato nulla da fare per rianimarlo.Uno shock improvviso la notizia che ha percorso come uno squarcio ,un fulmine dal cielo,i giornali del mondo,le pagine web,i siti di musica.Un colpo secco che ....
...molti hanno accusato ,quasi senza rendersene conto,perchè Micheal Jackson forse rappresentava il mito immortale,l'icona che non può e non deve morire e invece come il suo rivale nella storia della musica Elvis Presley,se ne è andato ha finito di respirare per sempre.
Migliaia sono i fans radunati davanti all'ospedale dove Michael Jckson è stato condotto in autoambulanza.
[Updated at 3:15 p.m.: Pop star Michael Jackson was pronounced dead by doctors this afternoon after arriving at a hospital in a deep coma, city and law enforcement sources told The Times.]
[Updated at 2:46 p.m.: Jackson is in a coma and his family is arriving at his bedside, a law enforcement source told The Times.
Jackson was rushed to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center this afternoon by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics.
Fire Capt. Steve Ruda said paramedics responded to a call at Jackson's home at 12:26 p.m. He was not breathing when they arrived. The paramedics performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation and took him to the hospital, Ruda told The Times.
[Updated at 2:12 p.m.: Paramedics were called to a home in the 100 block of Carolwood Drive off Sunset Boulevard. Jackson had rented the Bel-Air home for $100,000 a month. It was described as a French chateau estate built in 2002 with seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, 12 fireplaces and a theater.
The home is about 2 1/2 miles, about a six-minute drive, from UCLA Medical Center. An earlier version of this post incorrectly described the time to travel between the home and hospital as two minutes.]
The news comes as Jackson, 50, was attempting a comeback after years of tabloid headlines, most notably his trial and acquittal on child molestation charges.
In May, The Times reported that Jackson had rented the Bel-Air residence and was rehearsing for a series of 50 sold-out shows in London's O2 Arena. Jackson had won the backing of two billionaires to get the so-called "King of Pop" back on stage.
His backers envision the shows at AEG's O2 as an audition for a career rebirth that could ultimately encompass a three-year world tour, a new album, movies, a Graceland-like museum, musical revues in Las Vegas and Macau, and even a "Thriller" casino. Such a rebound could wipe out Jackson's massive debt.