Princess Diana's Death

Tragic Paris Night

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An elegant dinner at the Ritz in Paris. A post-midnight drive past the city's floodlit treasures. And then, tragedy.

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The story of Princess Diana's death at the age of 36 in a tragic accident in a Paris traffic tunnel is still shocking a quarter of a century later.

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Twenty-five years later, The Associated Press is providing this account of Diana's final hours in the French capital, published on September 5, 1997, just days after August.

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Dying Diana, 31, was trapped in the crumpled wreckage of the Mercedes, with rescuers slicing off the metal roof as they frantically tried to treat her.

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Neither Diana nor Fayed was wearing a seat belt; Only bodyguard Rees-Jones, who sits in the front passenger seat, wears one.

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Police and firemen arrive. Diana and bodyguard Rhys-Jones are still alive. A car is a crumbly mass of metal and glass.

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