Queen Elizabeth’s Doctor Killed In Freak Accident! The Queen Speechless By The Horror Of His Sudden Death

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August 17, 2018

On August 15th, the heartbreaking news was released to the Queen of England: her long-time physician was killed while bicycling in Central London.

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People reveals that the Queen’s physician, Peter Fisher, collided with a truck around 9:30 am on Wednesday, August 15th, 2018.

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The truck driver collided with Peter while he was participating in the national Cycle to Work Day in Britain. One witness shared that she "heard a woman screaming and when she saw what was happening, he (Peter) was under the wheel." She added, “People tried to give him CPR and within five minutes the police and the ambulance were here.”

Dr. Peter worked for Queen Elizabeth for 17 years. Over the years, they developed a friendship. His colleagues at The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM) added that Peter was a ‘highly regarded colleague and a friend to many.’

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Buckingham Palace confirmed the tragic news to People; The Queen was amongst the first to know, however, she has yet to make a comment.

Another colleague shares that Peter was “committed to holistic and compassionate care for his patients.” The Royal Family strong believes in homeopathy (natural and holistic approach to medicine). Dr. Peter was known for his respect to homeopathy and other complementary medicine.

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People states that Dr. Peter specialized in the treatment of rheumatological complaints including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and soft tissue syndromes such as fibromyalgia. Dr. Peter became a trusted friend and partner of the The Firm after dedicating nearly two decades to Her Majesty's service. 

Please keep Dr. Peter’s family in your prayers during this heartbreaking time!

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