The first paramedic to reach Michael Jackson's bedroom tells jurors that the doctor charged in the singer's death only mentioned one drug that he had administered.
Paramedic Richard Senneff says Dr. Conrad Murray told him that
he had only given Jackson the sedative lorazepam.
He says Murray initially said Jackson wasn't suffering from any condition, but eventually told medics that he was treating the singer for exhaustion and dehydration.
Senneff says Murray's responses to his questions didn't add up.
The veteran paramedic says Jackson was cool to the touch, his eyes were open and dry and had an IV in his leg.
Senneff was one of four paramedics who worked to try to revive Jackson in June 2009.
Murray, 58, has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
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