New details emerge about the premature death of Princess Diana. An eyewitness to the terrible crash speaks
Lady Diana, life of a princess
New details are added on the death of Lady Diana, who died in a tragic car accident in Paris on 31 August 1997 at the age of 36.
The details that emerged could even reopen the case, according to the British press. To reveal them is an eyewitness to the crash, Le Van Thanh, who would have been aboard the Uno, the car that pursued the Mercedes on which the Princess was with Dodi Al-Fayed. They both died that night, along with the driver. The only survivor in that terrible accident is the bodyguard, Trevor Rees-Jones.
The confession (and not the only one) is contained in a forthcoming book, Diana: Case Solved. But the New Idea magazine anticipated part of the content of the investigation led by Colin McLaren who contacted Le Van Thanh. The latter said: "I was driving the One and suddenly Diana's car hit me".
A French car would have provoked the accident. "The police reconstructed the dynamics of the crash but did not leak anything to protect their compatriot who would have caused Diana's death." However, the witness refused to reveal other aspects, because "in addition to the police, many powerful people are involved".
Radar Online also mentions Michael Cole, the first spokesman for Dodi Al-Fayed's father, who said that the information contained in the book could change the cards on the table, but they should report to a court official, because – he continues – "contact the the French or British police would run the risk of being buried “.
Meanwhile, on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of Diana's death, Harry with his wife Meghan Markle and son Archie will go to his mother's grave, while in Paris the square above the Alma bridge where the accident occurred will be dedicated to the Princess sad.