Last month, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was found ‘unresponsive’ at home: police records

Last month, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was found comatose and unable to breathe at his Carmel, Indiana, home by police, suspected of a “overdose.”

APRA records obtained by Nexstar's WXIN from the Carmel Police Department show that emergency responders were called to Irsay's home around 4:30 a.m.

on Dec. 8 to “assist fire [officials] with a male that was unresponsive, breathing, but turning blue.” 

The report said 64-year-old Irsay was that man.

The story says Irsay was found unconscious in the bathroom and brought to a bed. Report: Irsay strained to breathe.

In the report, the attending officer reported that Irsay was unconscious with aberrant respiration, a weak pulse, and a cold body. 

Irsay was unresponsive when an officer tried to wake him with a sternum rub. 

The report indicated an officer gave him Narcan, or naloxone, before doctors arrived and he had a modest response. Naloxone treats opiate overdoses.

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