Michael Jackson's paramedic gives evidence at doctor's trial

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A paramedic has claimed that Michael Jackson's doctor did not tell him that the singer had taken a sedative, shortly before he died.

Richard Senneff described the frantic efforts to save the pop star's life in his evidence at the trial of Dr Conrad Murray.

Dr Murray denies the charge of involuntary manslaughter.

Peter Bowes reports. from Los Angeles.

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