Prince Harry Caught In High-Speed Car Crash On Way To Invictus Games
Prince Harry was caught in a high-speed crash on Thursday, while on his way to the Invictus Games.
The royal appeared to be in shock after one of his police motorcycle escorts had a head-on collision with a white Toyota Prius taxi on London’s Prince Albert Road.
The driver of the Range Rover carrying Prince Harry reportedly took “evasive” action and drove past the crash, fearing — because it was September 11 — that it could be a possible terrorist attack.
According to the Telegraph, the driver steered through the vehicle wreckage at speed before stopping several hundred feet up the road.
Although Harry was insistent that they stop, his team advised that the Range Rover drive on for security purposes.
Other bodyguards, who were not with the prince at the time of the accident, stopped to help the police rider, as well as the driver of the taxi.
The police motorcade driver was reportedly discharged from the hospital later that night, while the tax driver was said to be in “stable condition.”