The Death of Actor Corey Haim

In a incident that shocked fans worldwide, Corey Haim, a renowned Canadian actor and teen idol of the 1980s, was found unconscious by his mother, Judy, at their San Fernando Valley apartment. The 911 call made by Judy was released, revealing the frantic moments leading up to the discovery of her son's lifeless body.

On the morning of March 10, 2010, Judy found Corey's limp body in her bedroom. In the recording, she can be heard screaming into the phone at the 911 operator, describing her son who was not breathing. "He's only 38 years old," she said, sounding frantic. When asked by the operator to check if Corey had vomited, she replied, "I don't see any vomit."

Corey Haim, best known for his roles in films such as "Lucas," "The Lost Boys," and the reality show "The Two Coreys" with fellow teen heartthrob Corey Feldman, had a well-documented struggle with drugs. Despite multiple stints in rehab, he had admitted that pills were always hard to kick.

Following the incident, Corey was rushed to a hospital in nearby Burbank, California, where he was pronounced dead. While the immediate assumption was an accidental overdose, authorities stated that an autopsy and a series of tests would be required to determine the exact cause of death.

The incident left fans and fellow actors in shock. Corey Feldman expressed his devastation, calling Haim's passing a "tragic loss of a wonderful, beautiful, tormented soul." He added, "I always feared this day would come, and often rehearsed how to face it. But once confronted with the reality of it, it's so much more painful than I could have ever imagined."

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