MT. TREMBLANT, Quebec --  A Canadian newspaper has released the vivid 911 calls made by emergency workers trying to save the life of actress Natasha Richardson.

The calls were released by Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper. They were made in French after Richardson fell and hit her head during a skiing lesson on the slopes of the Quebec ski resort on March 16th.

Hear the 911 Call in French

According to the newspaper, a medic in an ambulance with Richardson told staff waiting at a Canadian hospital: "I'm arriving with a female in her 40's ... [she's] disoriented ... It's following ... a ski fall that happened at noon. Soon afterward she presents signs of confusion, a concussion."

According to the Globe and Mail, paramedics first arrived at the ski resort where Richardson had fallen at 1 p.m. At 1:11 p.m. the medics reported that Richardson had declined treatment. She walked back to her room with her ski instructor, where she later began experiencing a severe headache and 911 was called again later that afternoon at 2:59 p.m.

While Richardson was en route to the hospital, the Globe and Mail reports that just before 4 p.m. she was "verbal" according to paramedics. At the time she registered a 12 of 15 on the Glasgow coma scale, which is not ideal but still treatable, according to the newspaper. However, she only scored a 0 on an orientation reading, meaning that she was unaware of the date, where she was, or what had happened.

After arriving at the local hospital, Richardson was taken to a Montreal trauma center, arriving at 6:38 p.m. The renowned stage and screen actress passed away two days later after being taken off life support at a hospital in New York.