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We're told after Petty got to the hospital he had no brain activity and a decision was made to pull life support.  

 

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Tom Petty was rushed to the hospital Sunday night after he was found unconscious, not breathing and in full cardiac arrest. .

EMTs rushed to his Malibu home and were able to get a pulse. He was rushed to the UCLA Santa Monica Hospital and our sources say he was put on life support.

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Petty’s condition is unknown but was critical from the moment he was found.

Petty, who became famous with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in 1978 with “Breakdown,” is 66.

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