On the LAX Runway, Prince Harry Deals With A Fight
On Thursday, Prince Harry flew to London in order to attend the inauguration of a statue of his mother, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace next week. However, just as Harry’s flight was about to take off, a vehicle smashed through a fence at Los Angeles International Airport.
The driver, who has only been described as a man, led police on a short chase over two busy runways on the south side of LAX around 6 p.m. before being caught at a private terminal for charter jets, according to CBSLA. The vehicle was described as a gray Mazda hatchback with the letters “SOS” inscribed on the hood, according to police.
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The driver allegedly went through a line of FedEx jumbo-jets sitting on the tarmac after crashing through the fence, then proceeded to speed over runways 25 Left and 25 Right. The motorist then made a U-turn and crossed them again.
The chase did not result in any injuries, although it did cause a temporary delay in flights on the two runways. At this moment, it is unknown what prompted the man to smash through the gate.
About 45 minutes after the chase finished, Harry’s aircraft to the United Kingdom took off. Following his arrival, Harry began a five-day quarantine before attending the event commemorating their mother with his brother, Prince William.
During the ceremony, their father, Prince Charles, will be at his home in Scotland, and he is said to have no intentions to see Harry.
Meghan Markle, Harry’s wife, reportedly stayed in California with their two children, Archie and Lili, according to People Magazine. On what would have been Diana’s sixty-fifth birthday, the statue will be unveiled. It was “commissioned to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her death and recognize her good impact in the UK and around the world,” the palace stated in a statement last year.
The statue will be unveiled in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden on July 1, 2021, to commemorate The Princess’s 60th birthday, according to the announcement. “The Princes hope that the statue will encourage all visitors to Kensington Palace to think about their mother’s life and legacy.”