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A huge firefight broke out between officers and people who were trying to gain entry to the royal family’s wedding feast at St James’s Palace on Thursday.

Staff at Buckingham Palace, where the wedding was held to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday, fled amid the chaos.

Several officers were seen leaving in the chaos.

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The National Enquirer reported that a huge firefight broke out between officers and people who were trying to gain entry to the royal family’s wedding feast on Thursday

At one point officers tried to gain entrance to the Palace of Holyrood but people refused and tried to stop them on foot, the newspaper said.

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Another officer took an explosive device from the event which went off after they tried to remove a small piece of the event from the entrance area of the Palace of Holyrood.

An internal incident and internal investigation is under way as a result of the incident.

A spokesman for Buckingham Palac샌즈 카지노e said: ‘Unfortunately we received information that there may be a security presence around Buckingham Palace.

‘As soon as we received a report of this we had a massive firefight between police and people who wanted in. Officers tried to gain entry. At this point we can confirm there are no officers being evacuated but we urge anyone with information to call us.’

At least one officer tried to gain entry to the Palace of Holyrood but people refused and tried to stop them on foot, the tabloid said

A spokeswoman for Royal Bank of Scotland said the bank would be suspending operations for a few days and would not provide any further comment.

Meanwhile, a woman has died and a baby was killed in a house fire in St James’s Palace.

A spokesman for St James’s Palace said: ‘A person in his 20s suffered minor injuries to his head and chest and was taken to hospital.

‘A child was also seriously hurt but is now stable and in stable condition at hospital. The matter is under investigation.’

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