Princess Diana's Death Offers Lessons for Health Care Debate, 12 Years Later

The Mercedes 600 carrying Princess Diana and her companion Dodi Fayed was traveling more than 85 miles per hour when it hit a concrete pillar head-on in the Place D'Alma underpass, crumbling like an accordion. Both were killed, as well as the driver, Henri Paul -- later proven to have been under the influence of alcohol. The Paris accident -- just before 12:30 a.m. local time 12 years ago today -- ended the life of one of Britain's most celebrated royals, unleashing a torrent of emotion in...Full Story
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