"You're with the patient now?" the dispatcher inquires before the female caller responds, urging to "get somebody out here" as soon as they could.
"We're like mad Fortnite players, we thought we would do a livestream, we would play Fortnite with fans and then just stream the new music", Daniel Latu, who goes by SPYCC, explained to TVNZ1's Breakfast.
We hope Lovato will receive the help she needs and make a full recovery.
"Wait, no sirens, please, right?" she asks, after being told to listen for the vehicle's sirens. I don't have control over that. The dispatcher denied the request noting "this is a medical emergency".
Another source told ET that Lovato's downturn began in the spring.
This comes after the singer celebrated six years of drug-and-alcohol-free living in March, and just three months after that, she announced she had relapsed.
"She is doing okay, but is still being monitored", a source told PEOPLE on Thursday, adding that it is now "safe" for Lovato to leave the hospital if she is so inclined.
He advises her to send someone out onto the street to flag the ambulance down, before advising them to gather up any medications the singer may be on and lock any family pets into a room.
Lovato was scheduled to appear on Fox game show Beat Shazam on Tuesday night at 7, but Fox sent out a statement that "in light of recent reports, we have made a decision to replace the episode of Beat Shazam with another all-new episode".