First doctor on scene 'thought Diana would live'
By John Bingham
Copyright 2007 The Scotsman
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The first EMS responders at the scene of the car crash that killed Princess Diana in 1997 recount her final moments as an inquest investigates the issues surrounding her death.
LONDON — The first doctor to stop at the scene of the crash which killed Diana, Princess of Wales thought she would survive, he told her inquest yesterday.
Dr Frederic Mailliez was driving through the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris in the early hours of 31 August, 1997 when he came upon the princess's crashed car in the opposite carriageway.
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