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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9854: Lady Diana's accident (past simple or continuous)
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    Lady Diana's accident (past simple or continuous)


    Complete with the past simple or continuous.



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    31August 1997 - At 1:30 a.m. a car (pull) away from the Ritz Hotel in Paris. The car, which (carry) the world's most famous woman, (be) a black Mercedes. When the paparazzi (start) their motorcycles and (set off) in pursuit, the Mercedes (already - speed) in the night. A few minutes later, the driver, Henri Paul, (lose) the control of the car and (crash) into one of the pillars in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel. Diana's friend, Dodi Alfayed, (die) on the scene . The Princess of Wales, who (bleed) from massive internal injuries, (be taken) to the Pitié Salpêtrière hospital, where doctors (spend) more than two hours battling to save her life. She (be pronounced) dead at 4 a.m.







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