Sister of Julia Louis-Dreyfus complained about feeling 'dizzy' hours before her death

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Close friends of Emma Louis-Dreyfus fought desperately to save her life with CPR after she collapsed and convulsed from an accidental cocaine and alcohol overdose at their remote campsite, official reports viewed by DailyMailTV reveal.

The 44-year-old sister of Veep star, Julia Louis Dreyfus, died on August 13 in South Yuba River State Park, California, while on a camping trip with two long-time friends from Oakland.

Reports - Nevada - County - Sheriff - Office

According to reports from Nevada County Sheriff's Office viewed by DailyMailTV Louis-Dreyfus had told her female friend that she was 'feeling dizzy' when she woke up around 7am and went to her tent alone for a few hours.

She re-joined her friends around 9am, the report states, when 'all of a sudden the decedent frantically said 'I'm feeling dizzy again' before falling over and convulsing'.

Louis-Dreyfus - Stomach - Teeth - Seizures - Dog

Louis-Dreyfus, who was 5'1' and 113lbs, had been 'clenching her stomach and teeth', and 'during her seizures would get into an "upward dog position."' The friend said that she 'didn't know what to do so they began trying to hold her and talk to her'.

Louis-Dreyfus 'came in and out of seizures' for five minutes, and when she stopped convulsing the friend would try to soothe her by petting her back.

'was - Stomach - Friend - Back

The 44-year-old 'was on her stomach and while [her friend] was petting her on her back she couldn't tell if [she] was breathing.

'The decedent's eyes were open and she noticed she was not breathing. They turned her over and her face was blue and there was blood on the pillow where her mouth was.'

Friend - CPR - Help - Call - Box

One friend began CPR while another yelled out for help and 'eventually ran… to the yellow call box and called 911'. Another person arrived to help and took over CPR for another ten minutes.

'They stopped CPR and told me "she was already dead," the sheriff's deputy wrote.

Paramedics - CPR

Paramedics arrived and began CPR...
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