Lindsay Lohan

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Listen, if we'd worked 85 hours in four days, we would've overslept, too.

Earlier this month, paramedics were called to Lindsay Lohan's hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Marina del Rey, Calif., when the actress was believed to be unconscious inside. Fortunately, Lindsay was fine, just exhausted and dehydrated from Liz & Dick's grueling shooting schedule.

E! News obtained the 911 call made by "Ben," a nurse working with the production. Calmly but concernedly, he asked for paramedics to be sent to the scene right away.

"It's a code 3," he said, which is emergency terminology for "life-threat response." Per privacy laws, however, specific details regarding Lohan's physical condition were bleeped out before the call was released.

The caller told the operator he and Lohan were in the penthouse of the posh hotel. He added that members from the film's crew would meet the paramedics when they got off the elevator.

The actress later quipped on Twitter that when you put in the crazy hours and stay "up all night shooting," there's a chance "you might pass out from exhaustion & 7 paramedics MIGHT show up @ your door."

Not without a sense of humor, she noted, "Hopefully theyre cute. Otherwise it would be a real let down."

—Reporting by Sharareh Drury

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