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Alcohol and drugs found in the
bloodsteam of Diana's driver

AP PHOTO
California Highway Patrol investigators study a two-vehicle head-on crash on Highway 1. Eleven
people burned to death and others were injured in the crash.
ed in highway.cah

® Paul's blood contained
Prozac and tiapride when
fatal crash took place
The Washington Post
PARIS - Henri Paul's bloodstream con-
tained a deadly mix of alcohol and drugs when
the Mercedes he was driving slammed into a
pillar in a highway tunnel here early on Aug.
31, killing Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed and
Paul, the Paris prosecutor's office said yester-
day.
One drug was the antidepressant Prozac.
The other, tiapride, is most commonly pre-
scribed for recovering alcoholics, French
medical experts said. The combination of the
two with alcohol would enhance a feeling of
euphoria while reducing physical reaction
time and impairing vision, these experts
said.
The office of the Paris prosecutor, in its sec-
ond formal communication since the fatal
crash more than a week ago, said a third blood
analysis on Paul, assistant security director for
the Ritz Hotel here, had determined his blood-
alcohol level to be 1.8 grams per liter, far more
than the legal limit for driving in France. That
was consistent with two earlier tests conducted
by authorities; Paul's family had requested the
additional analysis.
The prosecutor's office said Paul's system
contained a "therapeutic" dose of fluoxetine,
the active ingredient in Prozac, and traces of
tiapride, a drug prescribed to relieve some of
the psychological distress associated with giv-
ing up alcohol or to prevent some of the acute
effects of alcohol withdrawal. Tiapride should
never be taken in combination with alcohol,
doctors said.
Someone under the influence of those two
drugs and about nine alcoholic beverages - a
rough measure of what Paul must have drunk
- would be bursting with euphoria and a feel-
ing of invulnerability, experts said. At the same
time, his reflexes and reaction time would be
markedly slowed. And his vision would be

impaired, particularly at night and while dri-
ving at high speeds, because the eye's pupil
accommodates changes in the field of vision
more slowly.
"You could not do worse," said Rene
Salinger, a Paris neuropsychiatrist. "There is
no worse combination."
Last week, Mohamed Fayed, Dodi Fayed's
father and the owner of the Ritz, released hotel
security tapes that showed Paul entering the
hotel after he was called back to work Saturday
evening and walking down a hallway. In the
brief moments he appears on tape, he is not
visibly impaired.
However, Fayed's Paris lawyer, Bernard
Dartevelle, said Paul "should never have gotten
behind the wheel."
In an interview with France 3 television
aired yesterday evening, Dartevelle appeared
to abandon Mohamed Fayed's strategy of
defending Paul. "He was without doubt the
only one who knew his own condition,'
Dartevelle said. "If his condition had been
known, perhaps ... he could have been pre-
vented from leaving:'
The Ritz declined comment yesterday on the
results of the latest blood-alcohol test, saying it
will have nothing to say until the investigation
is complete.
Also yesterday, a newspaper report said
Diana's last words, spoken to an emergency
doctor as paparazzi surrounding the wrecked
car snapped pictures and flashed strobe lights,
were: "Leave me alone."
The newspaper Le Parisien quoted the
unidentified physician as saying Diana's
body was halfway out of the car but her arms
were resting on the back of the seat in front
of her.
"She was very agitated, half knocked-out
but conscious," the doctor told the newspa-
per. "All around her, there were photogra-
phers machine-gunning her" with camera
shots. "They were just a few centimeters
from her face." Diana groaned, struggled a
bit and murmured, "Oh my God," Le Parisien
said, and then, "Leave me alone, leave me

alone."
The newspaper said Fayed, her companion,
had been thrown about 20 yards from the car.
Efforts to revive him on the scene were unsuc-
cessful.
Diana died in a Paris hospital 3 1/2 hours
after the crash.
Ralph Hingson, chair of the social and
behavioral sciences department of Boston
University's School of Public Health, said the
range of alcohol consumption needed to reach
the 1.8 grams per liter in Paul's blood would be
eight to nine drinks on an empty stomach,
more if he had eaten.
"A person with that level of blood alcohol is
typically found in fatally injured drivers in
auto-related crashes" Hingson said. "A person
at that level has no business being behind the
wheel."
The newspaper Liberation reported yes-
terday that Paul spent much of the two
hours between his return to work that
Saturday about 10 p.m. and his fatal trip
drinking in one of the Ritz's bars with two
Fayed bodyguards. "I saw him drink two
Ricards (aperitifs)," an unidentified
employee was quoted as saying. "Then they
all got up together. Mr. Paul knocked
against a waiter; then he left, staggering."
The newspaper quoted other anonymous
Ritz employees, however, as saying Paul
had quit drinking some time ago and
behaved normally that evening.
The blood-alcohol tests have been criti-
cized by experts hired by Mohamed Fayed as
not being extensive enough. Yesterday, the
prosecutor's office took pains to explain in
the statement that the third test had been car-
ried out on both a blood sample and on eye
tissue, which is considered more reliable.
The statement was issued "to prevent all
inexact commentary or interpretation," the
prosecutor said.
Two magistrates are investigating the crash,
for which nine photographers and one motor-
cycle driver face possible charges of "involun-
tary homicide" and failing to aid the victims.

LOMPOC, Calif. (AP) - A pickup truck
and a van full of people collided on a coastal
highway marked by construction barriers,
killing II people and leaving four others
injured Tuesday night, the California
Highway Patrol said.
A couple and their child were believed to
be among the three people in the truck. The
van was believed to be carrying a dozen
jpople.
Emergency personnel pulled one person,
believed to be the driver, from the van, which
had burst into flames along with the pickup.
Two passengers were found outside the van
and the other occupants of the two vehicles
were reportedly still trapped inside.
The accident happened on scenic Highway
1 at about 9:50 p.m. and both vehicles were

fully engulfed in flames by the time rescue
crews arrived.
Authorities couldn't immediately confirm
how many people were in each vehicle or
where they were going, said a CHP dispatch-
er in San Luis Obispo who declined to give
her name.
Four victims were taken to nearby hospi-
tals, where emergency personnel said they
were too busy to provide any information.
The crash occurred near the San Julian
Ranch, about 10 miles north of Highway
101, and shut down a 15-mile stretch of
Highway 1. Heavy construction, concrete
barriers and narrow roads are near the crash
site.
Lompoc is about 35 miles northwest of
Santa Barbara.

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RENNAISANCE CLOTHIER is now in-
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RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS Needed: are
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
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SECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
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available. Apply at State Security 525
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
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STUDENT CUSTODIANS WANTED for
Fall/Winter 1997-98. Good physical
condition: cleaning, lifting, odd jobs. Stu-
dents enthusiastic, punctual and flexible will
receive top consideration. Good working
conditions. Good pay. Must be available 8:15
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Study welcome but not required. Apply now.
Call 764-0550 or stop by room 210A Stu-
dents Publications, 420 Maynard Street.
STUDENTS
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.,
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
SUPERSTAR STUDENTS needed! Earn
money signing up your friends & classmates
for our credit cards. Gain marketing & sales
exp. while earning the money you need. Must
be outgoing & aggressive. Flex. hrs. & great
income. Call 800/592-2121 ext. 116.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
wk. No selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
TEMPORARY DELIVERY POSITION
AVAILABLE Drivers are needed to deliver
construction material on U of M campus.
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Pay rate of $6.75 per hour. Valid drivers
license is required. Applicant must not have
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provided. Fill out application at: 326 E.
Hoover, U of M Plant Contracting Group
office located behind U of M Football
Stadium. Phone 936-0264.
THE BLUE FRONT is hiring! Be casual,
dependable and smart. Apply in person, 701
Packard. Thanks.
TUTOR NEEDED for high school Spanish
stud. pursuing independent study. High
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TUXEDO WORLD HIRING full & part-
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are an enthusiastic & hard working individual
please apply at: 893 W. Eisenhower Pkwy.,
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WORK STUDY STUDENTS.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term.
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in rson or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. corner of State and S.
University).
WORK STUDY OFFICE positidns at Stu-
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punctual, energetic students for assisting with
some or all of mail, phones, filing, cash
receipts, library, databasecoordination.
Various hrs. available. Pay $5.90 to $6.75 per
hr. Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
a variety of work experiences? Flexible
hours. Evenings/weekends possible. Com-
puter skills (word processing,.data entry) a
plus. Off-campus office. Own transportation
necessary. Free Parking. Contact Heidi or
Peg at: 998-7832 to schedule an interview.
Y&S SANDWICHES CAFE hiring crew
employees, shift managers, & drivers, no
grease. Very flexible hours. Short & long
shifts avail. Stop by the downstairs Michigan
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BABYSITTER NEEDED Occasional wknd.
or wk. eves. Adorable 2yr. old. 994-3698/
913-3448 day. Call Gwen. Refs. pref.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: delightful 3 & 5
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times. $7/hr. Car needed. Call 663-1455 if
avail. any of these times.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Tues. 8 a.m.-2
p.m. Occasional eves. & wknds. Ref. req.,
close to campus. Call Kathy 668-2467.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home. 2 to
4 afternoons a week Mon.-Fri. Beginning at
2:30 p.m. Must have own car. Flexibility a
must. Call 761-2741.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for one-year-old.
Occasional eves. and wknds. References a
must. Call 930-1525.
CHILD CARE needed. 5 & 9 year old boys.
3 afternoons after school. 10-15 hrs./wk. 663-
3482. Exp. reference nec.
CHILD CARE NEEDED FOR two boys
ages 2 & 5. 15 hours/week. Flexible hours. 1
mile from campus. 761-1306.
CHILD CARE NEEDED Tues. & Thurs. 3-
5:30 pm. Experience preferred. References
required. Call Cheryl 975-0434.
CHILD CARE FOR 3 young, very active
kids. Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8PM & some wknd.
hrs. NE A2, must have car. $8/hr. Call Cindy
w/ refs. 663-0191.
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transportation helpful but not required.
Sporadic evenings and weekend hours. $6.60
to start. Tolerance for birds, cats and large
dog a must. 741-4874.
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2 children ages 10 & 6. Weds. eves. 6:30-10
p.m. n-smkr., refs. 662-8225.
CHILDCARE FOR INFANT TWINS in
Saline home, Part-time, flex. hrs., reference
required. 313-429-8444
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed.
Work according to your availability with
young children in a fun environment. Call Pat
at St. Paul's Early Childhood Center 668-
0887.
ENERGETIC BABYSITTER wanted. 2
days a week- 3 small children. Own transpor-
tation required. Call 313-944-2232
EXPERIENCED, Fun sitter needed for our 2
children (age 3,6). In our home (near
campus) 7-10 hrs./wk. Times negotiable $7/
hr. call 665-2803.
EXPERIENCED, CARING, fun-loving,
non-smoker who likes dogs wanted to watch
our 3 1/2 year old daughter. M&F. Reliable
car a +. House cleaning work available if
interested. Call 668-7809.
INFANT CARE wanted for 7 mo. old in
Bums Park home. Hours flex. 995-9742.
LOVING RESPONSIBLE SITTER needed
for 2 delightful kids ages 2 & 4. Intelligence,
professionalism & ref. req. Need to enjoy
playing & laughing. 747-8406.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE & mother's
helper for school age children, non-smoker,
own car, reliable. Mon. & Wed. from 3:30 -
6:30 PM. 662-7119.
RUSSIAN OR FRENCH speaker needed
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9-5 weekdays. Call 930-1622.
SITTERS for 10 year old high func. boy w/
autism. Good pay. 426-8556.
WED. MORNINGS and/or occasional eves.
Start at $7/hr. Call Sally 975-9473.

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Travel 665-6122.
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Starts at 4 p.m. for VSA of Michigan, 8979
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GLUN- Director, Great Lakes Commission,
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concessions, soccer director, referees &
instructors. Please come to 2140 Oak Valley
Dr. (located behind Target) to fill out
application.

2 GREAT KIDS need afternoon babysitter
on Mon. & Thurs. Call 662-4805-
3 BOYS AGES 8,10 & 12 seek afterschool
care in their SW Ann Arbor home. Light
housekeeping. Trans. req. 761-5149.
ABLE RESPONSIBLE LOVING person to
care for 6 & 9 yr. old girls, SE Ann Arbor
home. Professional couple. Mon.-Fri. 3-6:30
p.m. (Some flexibility) Excellent pay. Must
have car. N-smkr. 973-6660 eve. & wknd, or
leave message.
ADORABLE BOYS (1 yr. & 3 yrs.)
seek in-home care (exp., ref.). Please call
761-5589.
AFFECTIONATE responsible care needed
for 3 yr. old boy Fri. 2:30-5:30 p.m., & Sat.
4:30-9:30 p.m. Own car. Non-smoker,
experience, & ref. 971-5768.
m Child Care Providers:
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CALL CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS
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Positions in private homes.
Child care references required.
Will CPR train qualified applicants.
Must be 18 yrs. or older.

ARE YOU INTERESTED in a career in
Law? Come to the Undergraduate Law Club
Mass Meeting. Wednesday, September 17
@7:00 p.m. Mich. Union Anderson Room D.
BASKETBALL PLAYERS WANTED 5-7
guys needed to practice/scrimmage w/ the
ofM women's team this fall. Must be a
student; high school experience; 12:30 - 3:15.
Practice gear provided. Interested...call
Eileen 763-1443.
DR. RALPH WILLIAMS on "Speaking
One's Self: Commitment and the University
Community." Sunday, Sept. 14th at Campus
Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw Ct. Light supper at
6 m., talk at 7 p.m. Contact: Marcy Carlson
6-9018.
INFORMATIONAL MEETING for those
interested in becoming a U-M mens basket-
ball manager. Thurs. Sept 18 @ 7pm at Cris-
1er Arena.
NO FUTURE no future no future for youl?
Walls around our wisdom RC Auditorium
Saturday October 25 10:45-12:15 All RC
Community past and present.

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