STAMFORD, CT (WFSB) - A man accused of murdering his wife is in critical condition after an attempted suicide.
Fotis Dulos arrived at Jacobi Hospital in New York via LIFE STAR helicopter just after 4 p.m. on Tuesday to be treated by a hyperbaric chamber.
Police would only say he's in critical condition.
Dulos' attorney, Norm Pattis, is addressing the media outside of Jacobi Medical Center in New York. Stream it live here.
Officers and paramedics were seen behind Dulos' Farmington house just before noon on Tuesday.
They were called to the house for a well-being check because Dulos was late for a bond hearing at Stamford court.
When officers arrived on the scene, Dulos was seen sitting in his car inside a garage with obvious signs of medical distress. Officers forced entry and performed life-saving measures.
Farmington police said they believe Dulos attempted suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.
Drone3 captured a birds-eye view of paramedics giving him CPR outside the garage for at least 10 minutes.
Moments later, more police arrived along with ambulances.
Dulos was then taken to the UConn Health Center in Farmington.
From there, a LIFE STAR helicopter was seen transporting Dulos from UConn to the Jacobi Medical Center in New York.
According to police, Dulos was alone at his home on Jefferson Crossing when officers arrived Tuesday morning.
Initial reports from conflicting sources said Fotis Dulos died by suicide at his home in Farmington on Tuesday, however his attorney then said his client had a pulse.
He was due in Stamford Superior Court for a hearing that was set for noon.
Court officials said they were supposed to address Dulos' $6 million bond. It was reported the company backing the bond had concerns over the collateral that was put up.
If the bond package fell apart, it was likely Fotis Dulos would have been going back to prison.
A member of Fotis Dulos defense team spoke outside of Stamford Court shortly after Dulos was taken to the hospital. See it here.
Fotis Dulos posted the bond three weeks ago following his arrest. He was charged on Jan. 7 with murdering Jennifer Farber Dulos of New Canaan.
However, he was placed under strict house arrest following his most recent court appearance on Jan. 23.
On Jan. 22, it was reported that Fotis Dulos violated the conditions of his release by getting out of his car and removing items from a makeshift memorial that was on the edge of his property, according to a motion filed by state's attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. in Stamford Superior Court.
The judge called that strike two.
The first strike, according to the judge, happened in September when Fotis Dulos had an issue changing the batteries of his GPS monitoring ankle bracelet.
Jennifer Dulos disappeared on May 24, 2019.
According to arrest warrants, she was brutally attacked in her home's garage after she dropped her five children off at school in New Canaan.
Read Fotis Dulos' full arrest warrant here.
Search warrants show that someone tried to clean up what happened in the garage.
Read the search warrants here.
Fotis Dulos was officially charged with murder, felony murder and kidnapping.
His former girlfriend Michelle Troconis and his friend attorney Kent Mawhinney were charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
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