The chilling 911 call Chester Bennington's driver made has finally been released

By Pam Magwaza
26 July 2017

The house keeper who discovered Chester can be heard sobbing uncontrollably.

The harrowing 911 call made during Chester Bennington's last moments has finally been made public and it is sure to send chills down your spine.

Chester Bennington's driver made the 911 call and can be heard relaying the information given to him by the house keeper who discovered the Linkin Park front man in his hotel room.

Read more: Read the heartrending letter Chester Bennington penned before his death

During the call you can hear the house keeper in the background, sobbing uncontrollably, while the driver calmly explains the situation to the 911 operator.

According to the driver, the house keeper was on the phone with Chester's wife, Talinda Bennington and she can be heard screaming, 'Oh my God' before sobbing again.

The 41-year-old rocker committed suicide on 20 July at a property in Palos Verdes, California.

The call was released by TMZ.

Sources: TMZ, The Sun

Read more: ‘The demons who took you away from us were part of the deal’ – Linkin Park’s letter to Chester

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