A police officer was stretchered away after collapsing ahead of the Queen’s funeral on September 19.
The officer in full uniform clutched his black helmet in his white-gloved hands as he was taken away by two members of the Royal Navy after he fell near Parliament square.
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Medics were forced to rush to his aid minutes before the Queen’s coffin was escorted past.
And just a day before that, a member of the public who had travelled to Westminster to pay tribute to the late Queen collapsed among the crowds. Pictures from the scene just outside Westminster Hall where the Queen’s coffin was taken showed the person being carried off in a stretcher.
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