‘My sister could’ve been killed’: Family blasts royal convoy after woman, 83, was hit by Royal escort

The sister of a 83-year-old grandmother who was reportedly ran over by royal family’s  armed motorbike police have asked the royal family to call their royal protection to order because her sister the victim a pensioner could have been killed due to their recklessness.

Speaking as the 83-year-old Irene Mayor remains in a critical condition in hospital, Joyce Shore said: ‘The police outriders was driving too fast and was on the wrong side.

‘My sister is lying in a hospital bed and she could have been killed. She could so easily have been killed.’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and Williams, are said to be hoping to visit Mrs Mayor, who reportedly broke her pelvis when a member of the Special Escort Group of motorbike protection officers crashed into her while allegedly driving on the wrong side of the road.

Irene Mayor suffered ‘lots’ of other injuries yesterday following a crash involving Prince William’s security convoy, leaving her in a serious condition.

Witnesses say the 83-year-old was run down by a police motorbike leading William and his wife Kate’s Range Rover as they were leaving London to take part in an Order of the Garter Service at Windsor Castle on Monday.

Pictures of the aftermath show a white police motorcycle on its side on the wrong side of the road at a pedestrian crossing where Irene was heading for her home in East Sheen.

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