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Dwayne Johnson Thanks LAFD & UCLA Medical Team After His Daughter's Close-Call Emergency

Dwayne Johnson Thanks LAFD & UCLA Medical Team After His Daughter's Close-Call Emergency

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson expressed his gratitude in an Instagram post after his 2-year-old daughter, Jasmine Lia, experienced an undisclosed medical emergency.

"Things got a lil' hairy this weekend," wrote the Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star. "Thank you LAFD first responders & UCLA medical team. We're grateful to you all and if you ever need anything, I got your back."

Johnson, who's known for posting on Instagram usually after working out, looks relieved in the video taken at the gym after experiencing quite a scare a few days ago.

He explained something that no parent should ever have to experience, but assured his audience, that his daughter, whom he had with girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, is now doing fine.

This past Saturday night something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of your guys out there. Of course, emergencies do happen.
We were up all night in the emergency room, we had something scary that happened with our little baby girl Jasmine — she's okay now! — thank God.

Johnson thanked everyone involved who helped save his little girl's life.

But I just want to say thank you to everybody who was involved, so caring and compassionate and responsive. The 911 operator who was on the phone with me who was extremely calm, walking me through some processes, the Los Angeles fire department first responders, UCLA medical team and staff, doctors, the nurses. Again, everybody thank you guys, so so much.

The Rock then addressed new parents, offering a helpful tip in times of an unexpected crisis.

To all you mommies and daddies out there. You know when emergencies like this happen, I just highly recommend that you stay as calm and as focused as possible because our little babies, energetically, they pick up on what we're putting out especially in times of stress.
So again, LAFD, and UCLA medical team thank you guys, so, so much.

Johnson looks relieved after experiencing quite a scare.

Representatives have yet to further elaborate on the little girl's condition and the specifics of the incident.

Johnson and his girlfriend announced in December they were expecting a second child together – a girl.

Fans expressed their support for Jasmine.

One suggested parents should arm themselves with certain pediatric training for unexpected circumstances.

On Tuesday, Hirshian posted a video of sweet Jasmine singing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," indicating that the future singer is doing well.

H/T - People, Mashable, Twitter, Instagram