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As far as I knew when she was in the ambulance she was alive and I expected her to live. He has rarely spoken about the incident - the last time was via video link during her inquest in 2007 - but twenty years on from the crash the scene is still vividly clear in Gourmelon's mind.'I could see she was moving and talking,' he told the Mail last week.'She spoke in English and said, 'Oh my God, what's happened?' I could understand that so I tried to calm her a little bit.Twenty years after the tragedy, Sergeant Xavier Gourmelon, who led the response team, said the Princess of Wales’ last words were: “My God, what’s happened?” The 36-year-old royal was was taken to Pitie-Salpetriere hospital in the French capital but was pronounced dead several hours later on 31 August 1997. “I could see she had a slight injury to her right shoulder but, other than that, there was nothing significant.We then put her in an ambulance.'And then the captain of my crew came and asked me if I had recognised her.I hadn't, so I looked back into the ambulance, and then I recognised her face. One thing I do remember: the two passengers in the back had not been wearing seat belts.' This, for Diana, was highly unusual.
Diana started breathing again.'To be honest, I thought she would live.Firefighters were called amidst fears that motorists on a nearby motorway would be distracted from the road by the smutty video.The company who own the advertising board apologised to anyone who had seen the video after it began playing on a loop in Mexico city.Prince William and Prince Harry, Diana’s sons, visited the tributes and thanked the crowds.On Twitter, Kensington Palace wrote: “The Duke and Prince Harry are grateful for the many flowers, letters and messages they have received about their mother.
He wondered 'why there were so many journalists around the Mercedes as I was giving first aid'.