Police officer collapses, carried away on stretcher during Queen’s funeral
A police officer went down while on duty for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday.
A ceremony honoring and putting the late royal to rest occurred on Sept. 19 at Westminster Abbey in London.
Before medics arrived, two police officers sped over to help him up.
On Sept. 14, a royal guard who was standing by the monarch’s coffin while she was lying in state at Westminster Hall, also fell while on duty.
A viral clip showed the man — who was wearing a black uniform and holding a staff — stumbled from his position on the raised platform (called a catafalque), where Her Majesty’s coffin stood. Culled: New York Post.