Kid Rock Absolutely Loses It During Harrowing 911 Call After Assistant’s ATV Death

Kid Rock Absolutely Loses It During Harrowing 911 Call After Assistant’s ATV Death

Kid Rock’s assistant Michael Sacha died Monday morning as the result of an ATV accident on the singer’s property in Nashville. According to police, Sacha had driven two houseguests down the singer’s private drive on a Polaris four-wheeler so they could grab their Uber cab around midnight following a party, but they never returned. WSMV reported that Sacha lost control of the vehicle and crashed on his way back up the driveway, and his body was discovered by Rock around 11 a.m. the following morning.

Rock released a statement on Sacha’s death expressing his sympathies to the 30-year-old’s family:

“I am beyond devastated to report that my personal assistant Mike Sacha passed away today in an ATV accident here in Nashville. He was a member of our family and one of the greatest young men I have ever had the pleasure to not only work with, but also to become friends with. I know I speak for us all in sharing my deepest condolences to his family. I can not imagine how they must feel. Myself, the band, our family, friends and co-workers are devastated over this loss. We were supposed to be back in Michigan today, but I am going to stay here with Mike until I can bring him home to his family. We’ve already been contacted by the press asking if it was me who was in the accident, so I want to stop any rumors before they spread. I’m asking everyone to please respect our and his families’ privacy in this difficult time. RIP Mike. We will never forget you, my friend.”

Warning: Audio on Rock’s 911 call is disturbing:


4 replies on “Kid Rock Absolutely Loses It During Harrowing 911 Call After Assistant’s ATV Death”

That dispatcher should be fired. She should have sent an ambulance the moment she had the address. She decided not to send one for over 3½ minutes until she had more (unimportant) details that could have waited until AFTER the ambulance was sent.

Wow it took an emergency dispatcher over 3 minutes of convincing to send the ambulamps.

Detroit’s got serious infrastructure problems. Maybe theyre too broke to send one without convincing?.

Looks like the dispatcher wants them to tell a story and get them to volunteer as much information as possible in case it was a homicide and it will help the prosecution.

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