Prince Harry and Meghan involved in 'near catastrophic car chase'

Prince Harry and Meghan's security team says the Paparazzi car chase 'could have been deadly'


Prince Harry and his wife Meghan were involved in a "near-disastrous car chase" involving paparazzi in New York. Tuesday night, his spokesman said.

According to a police source, an army of paparazzi followed Meghan and Harry in cars, motorcycles and Scooter on Tuesday night in New York, but There were no traffic accidents.

There was an NYPD security team following Harry and Meghan in another car, and they had to try evasive maneuvers to evade paparazzi, the source said.

The group went to DP 19 and blocked both ends of the road and had to devise a plan to get rid of it in order to get to the next one location without the dangerous sequel.

"I never saw or experienced anything like it. What we found was very chaotic. Had a dozen vehicles: cars, scooters and bicycles," Chris Sanchez said. who was one of Prince Harry and Meghan's security guards.

"The public has already been in danger several times. It could have been fatal. Herself They jumped a curb and a red light. GET OFF." I was worried about they (H&M), but above all by the public, because the paparazzi were acting erratically. People walked on sidewalks and crossed streets, and paparazzi burned red fireworks. We did everything at the foot of the lyrics," he added.

Here's the full statement from a spokesperson for Prince Harry and Meghan: "Last night, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Mrs Ragland were involved in a near-catastrophic car chase at the hands of A very aggressive group of paparazzi.

This incessant chase, which lasted more than two hours, resulted in several accidents involving other motorists on the road, pedestrians, and two members of the NYPD.

The New York Police Department said who helped the Sussexes' private security team on Tuesday night and that "too many photographers hindered transportation."

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