- 'DISGUSTING' Wreckage of Princess Diana's ?10M death car 'to be displayed at US museum'
- Princess Diana's Death Scene: The Gruesome Car Crash Revealed 20 Years After Tragedy
'DISGUSTING' Wreckage of Princess Diana's ?10M death car 'to be displayed at US museum'
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Retired lawyer Stanlee Culbreath believes emergency service delays and "other forces" were behind her tragic death. He was one of the first witnesses to the scene of the crash and didn't speak out before now out of respect for Princes William and Harry. He said it took an "insurmountable" amount of time for emergency services to reach the crash site. They took a late night sight-seeing tour of the city and their taxi heading back to their hotel via the Pont de L'Alma tunnel. They were among the first on the scene, entering the tunnel not long after the smash.
The news of Princess Diana's death on August 31, shook the world as the People's Princess died aged 36 after the car she was riding in crashed in Paris. Mr Rees-Jones, who now goes by the name Trevor Rees, suffered tremendous injuries, but was the only person to survive the crash. Mr Rees has been unable to recollect what happened on that tragic night between the moment he entered the car and the crash. This has attracted towards him criticism and even made him the protagonist of conspiracy theories. Eight years later, Mr Rees, who underwent 10 hours of surgery in the days following the crash, shared what he thought he could recall from night, but warned even he doubted his recollection. In the mids during a Metropolitan Police investigation, Dr Maurice Lipsedge, a psychiatrist, also confirmed Mr Rees had suffered memory loss as a result of the crash.
Diana died in the vehicle alongside Dodi Fayed when drunk driver Henri Paul crashed the vehicle in a Parisian tunnel. Mr Mura owned the Etoile Limousines company which provided the Paris Ritz with vehicles — the place where she was picked up from that fatal evening on August The Mercedes is a piece of history which could be used to recall a terrible tragedy. A British inquest blamed paparazzi photographers, who tailed the car in a high speed chase, and driver Henri Paul, who was speeding and over the drink-driving limit, for the crash. And the inquest overruled inquiries that said the crash was an accident, as it ruled the deaths were a result of unlawful killing. But it seems the car may have also played a part in the incident - although investigations led by ex-Met Police boss Lord Stevens found there were no problems with the vehicle. His report said: "Both the French and British examinations of the Mercedes have shown that there were no mechanical issues with the car that could have in any way caused or contributed to the crash.
Photographs of the fatally injured Diana, Princess of Wales, taken moments after the Paris car crash , were to be broadcast on American television last night. The pictures of the stricken Princess, which have never before been made public, were being shown on CBS, which said it had obtained a copy of the confidential French investigation report into the crash. Producers of the network's 48 Hours programme said it had thousands of pages of secret documents. These included the forensic science analysis and post mortem examination of the driver, Henri Paul, and analysis of the Mercedes car. A CBS spokesman said the programme included pictures of Diana at the scene moments after the crash on Aug 31, and would investigate rumours that she was pregnant.
IN the early hours of August 31, , Princess Diana died in a high-speed car crash alongside her companion Dodi Al Fayed as they were being chauffeured by an intoxicated driver in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris. The People's Princess and the mother to Princes William and Harry almost immediately went into cardiac arrest following the incident, and died soon after at the age of just 36 years old. Princess Diana died at the entrance of the Pont de l'Ama tunnel, close to Malar fire station in Paris. Princess Diana died aged 36 - if she was alive today she would have turned 58 on July 1, Princess Diana's companion, Dodi Al-Fayed died almost instantly at the scene of the crash. Surgeons used pieces of titanium to rebuild his smashed face, using family photos as a guide.
Princess Diana's Death Scene: The Gruesome Car Crash Revealed 20 Years After Tragedy