- Surprised with its details
- Did they let her die?
- Strong revelations about the death of Princess Diana
The woman was doubled over on the floor of a wrecked Mercedes, unconscious and gasping for breath. The French doctor did not know who she was, he was only focused on trying to save her. Twenty-five years later, the doctor who treated Princess Diana moments before she died makes revelations.
What happened in the Alma Tunnel in Paris on August 31, 1997 and the idea that he was one of the last people to see Princess Diana alive continues to mark Dr. Frederic Mailliez: “I realize that my name will always will be associated with this tragic night,” he told Associated Press Mailliez, who was on his way home from a party when he ran into the crash. “I feel a little bit responsible for his last moments.”
Doctor who treated Princess Diana moments before she died makes revelations
Britain and Diana’s fans around the world are commemorating a quarter century since her passing. Mailliez recalled the moments after the crash. That night Mailliez was driving through the tunnel when she saw a smoking Mercedes that had almost been torn in two.
“I walked over to the rubble, opened the door and looked inside,” he said. What he saw: “Four people, two of them apparently dead, there was no reaction, they were not breathing, and the other two, on the right side, were alive, but in serious condition. The passenger in the front seat was screaming, he was breathing. He could wait a few minutes, as he revealed to AP.