Lisa Marie Presley, the singer, songwriter and daughter of Elvis Presley, suffered a cardiac arrest on Thursday and had to be rushed to the hospital after medical professionals administered epinephrine to regain her pulse, TMZ reported. 

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In the initial report, the outlet said that after a medical emergency was reported at Presley’s house, medical professionals reached there to find the singer-songwriter in cardiac arrest. Sources close to the outlet revealed that the paramedics administered CPR on her at her Calabasas house and rushed her to the hospital.

It was later reported that the 54-year-old suffered a “full arrest” following which epinephrine was administered to her. 

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The EMT team was able to regain her pulse before transporting her to the hospital. 

There is no update yet on her condition, but TMZ says that she is still at the hospital undergoing treatment. 

Presley has released three albums to date: To Whom It May Concern in 2003, Now What in 2005, and Storm & Grace in 2012, which helped her establish a career in the music industry.

According to the Recording Industry Association of America, her debut album was awarded Gold certification. In addition to album singles, Presley has also performed duets with her father utilizing songs he had already made available before his passing.

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Michael Jackson, Danny Keough, Nicolas Cage, Michael Lockwood, and Nicolas Presley are all former spouses of Presley.

In San Francisco, Presley resides with her family. They resided in a 15th-century manor house in Rotherfield, East Sussex, England, 15 miles east of Saint Hill Manor, the Church of Scientology’s British headquarters, between 2010 and 2016.