No Ambulance For Brad Pitt On 45th

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Emergency vehicles arrived in Brad Pitt’s LA neighborhood of Los Feliz on Thursday night – but they weren’t for the “Curious Case of Benjamin Button” star, Access Hollywood has confirmed.

On Thursday night, a report broke that paramedics and firemen arrived at Brad Pitt’s home at 5 PM, leaving from his compound 15 minutes later with an elderly man. According to the report, police arrived on the scene several minutes later.

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However, when Access called the Los Angeles Fire Department had no information on a call to the star’s house, while the LAPD told Access that they didn’t respond to any calls in the Los Feliz area all day. The fire department could not disclose if they had responded to a neighbor’s call.

Videos from the scene reveal the presence of emergency vehicles, but sources on the scene told TMZ that it was in fact a neighbor who called the paramedics, who reportedly arrived to help an unconscious 100-year-old man.

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Brad celebrated his 45th birthday on Thursday, the day after arriving in LA from Germany after wrapping his latest film, Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds.”

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