Electric Shock, Adrenaline And Heart Massage: Inside The Two-Hour Battle To Save Diana

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Tom Kelly Daily Mail

A doctor yesterday described the desperate fight to save Princess Diana's life.

Anaesthetist Daniel Eyraud said a team of eight hospital staff battled for nearly two hours to keep the princess alive after her heart stopped.

The inquest into her death heard that despite administering massive doses of adrenaline, repeated electric shocks and extended heart massages the medics failed to revive her and were finally forced to accept defeat.

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