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Bombshell 911 Call Reveals Lloyd Austin Aide Told EMS Not To Use Lights Or Sirens

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A 911 call revealed that an aide to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin requested an ambulance to be “subtle” without using lights and sirens during a hospital trip.

The hospital visit was kept secret from President Biden and other top administration members.

Austin is expected to work from home for a period after being released from the hospital, where he received non-surgical care for prostate cancer.

“Can the ambulance not show up with lights and sirens? We’re trying to remain a little subtle,” the aide said.

“Usually, when they turn into a residential neighborhood they’ll turn them off,” the dispatcher said.

“The Secretary will recuperate and perform his duties remotely for a period of time before returning full-time to the Pentagon. He has full access to required secure communications capabilities,” the Pentagon stated.

“Secretary Austin progressed well throughout his stay and his strength is rebounding,” Dr. John Maddox and Dr. Gregory Chesnut noted.

“He underwent a series of medical tests and evaluations and received non-surgical care during his stay to address his medical needs, to include resolving some lingering leg pains.”

Despite the lack of communication, President Biden expressed confidence in Austin’s leadership.

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