Whitney Houston's 911 Call Will Not Be Released

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While the public will have to wait up to eight weeks to learn the results of Whitney Houston's autopsy, it appears the contents of the late singer's call for emergency assistance will never be released. 

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Requests for the 911 audio accompanying Houston's Saturday passing were denied as they "involve confidential medical information and are [therefore] exempt from disclosure."

Upon arrival, first responders discovered Whitney Houston "unresponsive." They initiated CPR, but attempts to resuscitate her were unsuccessful. Coroner Ed Winter said there were no visible signs of trauma or foul play.

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Houston was 48 years old when she passed this weekend in her Beverly Hilton hotel room.