Reports have emerged that ‘unresponsive’ Carrie Fisher was kept alive with CPR administered by a fellow passenger after not breathing for 10 minutes.
The star is said to have suffered a massive heart attack 15 minutes before her London to LA bound flight was due to land, reports TMZ.
Prior to landing at LAX, the pilot of the United Flight told the control tower that passengers aboard the plane were helping an 'unresponsive passenger,' but did not name who it was.
'United 935 I need the nature of your medical emergency, and also the sex of the patient and if there is medical personnel at the gate,' an official from the control tower can be heard asking the pilot on the recording.
'Yeah, we've coordinated medical personnel for the gate, we have some passengers, nurses, assisting the ... unresponsive passenger,' the pilot replied.
'So they're working on her right now, we're going to have them seated in about two minutes and we should hopefully be on the deck in about five.'
Following the dramatic incident, The 60-year-old star's brother, Todd Fisher, told The Associated Press that the actress was 'out of emergency' and stabilized at the hospital Friday afternoon.
He told ABC News that she is in an intensive care unit and called her a 'real survivor' before asking for continued prayers.
The Star Wars icons mother, legendary actress Debbie Reynolds, has been inundated with messages from concerned fans via Twitter, whilst Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd has rushed to UCLA Medical Center with the star's beloved dog