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Why Did Dwayne Johnson's Daughter Go to the Emergency Room?

Dwayne Johnson Shares "Scary" Experience of Being in the ER With His 2-Year-Old

Dwayne Johnson, who just about a week ago shared with his followers that he was brushing up on his infant-CPR skills before welcoming his second daughter with girlfriend Lauren Hashian, took to Instagram again to share a "scary" experience with his 2-year-old daughter, Jasmine. Although the dad didn't go into too much detail, he shared that he was up all night with his adorable little girl in the emergency room at UCLA Medical Center.

"This past Saturday night something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of you guys out there, but of course, emergencies do happen," Johnson said in a video posted to his Instagram on March 6. "We were up all night in the emergency room — we had something scary that happened with our little baby girl Jasmine. She's OK now, thank god!"

Johnson continued, thanking everyone who was involved for being so compassionate and responsive, especially the 911 operator who kept him calm and walked him through the process, the Los Angeles Fire Department's first responders, and the UCLA medical team. In addition to commenting on the caring individuals who got him through the "hairy" experience, the 45-year-old shared a bit of advice for parents, in case they ever go through a similar frightening experience with their own kids.

"To all you mommies and daddies out there, when emergencies like this happen I would just highly recommend that you stay as calm and as focused as possible because our little babies . . . they pick up on what we're putting out, especially in times of stress."

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