Dr. Bradford Wankhede Langenfeld, an emergency physician at Hennepin County Medical Center who provided treatment to George Floyd, said the paramedics who brought Floyd to the hospital gave him a report detailing what happened on the scene.
The report said emergency responders were originally called for a "lower type of acute event of facial trauma" but then that was upgraded to a call for an "individual in distress," according to Langenfeld.
He said the report noted Floyd did not have a pulse when paramedics arrived and they started CPR.
They also inserted a tube down Floyd's throat to ventilate his lungs. Paramedics also gave Floyd medication to try to resuscitate him as they continued CPR, according to the report.
Langenfeld testified that the paramedics indicated in the report that they tried to resuscitate Floyd for "approximately 30 minutes."
The doctor noted that paramedics did not say in the report whether they thought Floyd overdosed or had a heart attack.
He said the report also did not say that Floyd received CPR from any bystanders or any of the police officers.
"I did not receive a report that Mr. Floyd had received standard CPR, no," Langenfeld testified when asked by the prosecuting attorney whether he received any information or indication from the paramedics when they brought Floyd in that anyone had attempted CPR on him at the scene.