A firefighter who attempted to save Princess Diana 20 years ago after her fatal auto crash in Paris has spoken out on the commemoration of her extending about that fateful night.
The British royal succumbed at age 36 in 1997. Xavier Gourmelon was one of the first responders at the scene.
He told Good Morning Britain Thursday Diana was alive where reference is first approached the wreckage.
“Nobody knew it was. None realise her, ” he echoed. “As I approached, there was a blonde person sitting on the flooring. She retrieved consciousness and looked at me and said,’ Oh my God, what’s happened? ’ A fleck excited. I tried to calm her down and tell her we’d searched after her, and she fell into a coma again.”
Gourmelon claimed those were Diana’s last words.
While many have long believed it was the paparazzi chasing Diana’s speeding car that justification the accident, Gourmelon said there was reportedly no one at the gate-crash site.