Harry Dunn: British Police To Travel To The US To Interview Crash Suspect Anne Sacoolas
British police officers are due to travel to the US to interview the suspect in a crash which killed teenager Harry Dunn. The 19-year-old motorcyclist died after his bike crashed into a car driven by Anne Sacoolas outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire in August. Sacoolas – the wife of a US diplomat – travelled back to America following the crash, claiming diplomatic immunity. Radd Seiger – a spokesman for Dunn’s family – said the news that Northamptonshire Police was sending detectives to the US was “further compounding the family’s misery”.
LONDON (Reuters) - British police officers will travel to the United States to interview the wife of a U . S . diplomat who was given diplomatic immunity after her alleged involvement in a car crash which killed a British teenager. Harry Dunn, 19, died in August after his motorcycle collided with a car driven
British police officers will travel to the United States to interview the wife of a U . S . diplomat who was given diplomatic immunity after her alleged involvement in a car crash which killed a British teenager. Harry Dunn, 19, died in August after his motorcycle collided with a car driven by Anne Sacoolas.
LONDON (AP) — British police have interviewed an American diplomat's wife who was involved in a crash that killed a British teenager and have passed their recommendations on to U.K. prosecutors.
Northamptonshire Police interviewed Anne Sacoolas about the crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn in August. His motorcycle collided with a car she was allegedly driving near a British military base used by the U.S. military in southern England. The 42-year-old Sacoolas left Britain shortly after the crash.
She was granted diplomatic immunity. Dunn's family has launched a campaign seeking its revocation.
President Donald Trump has called what happened "a terrible accident," noting that the British drive on the left side of the road, while in the United States people drive on the right.
Major road closed for four hours after crash involving two HGVs and a car .
A man has been taken to hospital with injuries not believed to be life threatening The collision happened at around 5.30am on Monday on the A483 in Berriew, Powys .