Today was day three of Dr. Conrad Murray's manslaughter trial... And more odd details were presented by the prosecution.

Richard Senneff was one of the paramedics sent to the scene.

He testified that, once on the scene, he believed there was about a 20 minute delay before the call to 911 was made.

Senneff also told the courtroom that, if Murray had called 911 sooner, Michael Jackson could have been saved.

Other testimony included that Propofol was never mentioned as a medication given to Jackson, Murray seemed to be trying to "pick items off the floor", and EMT's worked to revive Jackson for 47 minutes.

The trial continues Monday.