Harry Dunn's family has called on the RAF to launch an investigation amid allegations that a second US service staff on & # 39; the wrong side of & # 39; e ridden and crashed their BMW two miles from where the teenager was killed.
The & # 39; s family spokeswoman said photos were taken of & # 39; a right-hand drive car that had not been driven by an American that had been driven by down a road and hit a wall that wasn't taken yesterday evening.
The mud is said to have taken place on B4001, Roundtown, Northamptonshire, a short drive from RAF Cughton where Harry was killed last August
Speaking to MailOnline, family lawyer Radd Seiger said it was more worrying that foreign diplomats were not adequately trained on British driving law, especially on left-hand driving.
The wrecked BMW after it plowed a short drive from RAF Cughton into a wall where Harry Dunn was killed last August
Harry Dunn's family has called the RAF base at the center of the scandal to seek a second crash after images showed that the incident occurred yesterday
Harry Dunn (right) was killed when his car crashed into a car outside RAF Cughton. Anne Sacoolas (left) is accused of causing death by dangerous driving
Mr. Seiger argued that the government of & # 39; the UK & # 39; failed in their duty to protect our lives & # 39; and called the US administration a & # 39; disgrace & # 39 ;.
& # 39; What will it take before something is done? he said. The loss of Harry Dunn was not enough. Neighbors missed since his death have not been enough.
& # 39; Will this disastrous crash make any difference tonight? The & # 39; UK government fails in its duty to protect and protect our lives. & # 39;
Dunn (pictured) was killed about 400 yards away from a RAF Cughton exit
Local MP Andrea Leadsom of the Dunn family is speaking to police today about the latest incident.
They attend a virtual meeting with her and the base commander at RAF Cughton, Colonel Bridget McNamara.
An RAF Cughton spokeswoman said the base was looking for the most recent allegations and would release further information if they could.
Northamptonshire police said: & # 39; We were called yesterday at 7:45 pm to have reports of a collision in & # 39; a road in Aynho where there was a BMW 5 Series collision with a fence.
& # 39; We set off to the scene and investigate the incident in accordance with our usual collision procedures on & # 39; a way. Fortunately, no one was injured as a result of & # 39; collision. & # 39;
The incident of & # 39; last night comes as & # 39; the most senior diplomat of & # 39; the UK said Britain had agreed to allow Prime Minister Anne Sacoolas – a former CIA agent – to return to the US on the grounds of a & # 39; illogical & # 39; interpretation of diplomatic immunity.
Sacoolas, who is accused of causing death by dangerous driving, demanded diplomatic immunity and fled the United Kingdom.
A request for extradition for Sacoolas was rejected by US Prime Minister Mike Pompeo after she was accused in January of the Crown Prosecution Service.
Chief Constable Nick Adderley of Northamptonshire Police said he would fund driver training at RAF Cughton in an attempt to prevent similar incidents.
Chief Constable Nick Adderley of Northamptonshire Police said he would fund driver training at RAF Cughton (pictured) in an attempt to prevent similar incidents
A spokeswoman for RAF Cughton (pictured, entry) said the base was looking for the most recent claims and would release further information if they were able to
He said there had been two more incidents of American personnel at RAF Cughton that were on the wrong side of # 39; down the road after Dunn's death.
Mr Seiger called the US government a & # 39; disgrace & # 39; and warned & # 39; if … there & # 39; s more blood clotting, it will be on them and the hands of & # 39; be a UK government & # 39 ;.
He asserted: & # 39; They very much have not been in conversation with us to discuss how & # 39; they will improve security for their benefit as well as ours.
& # 39; They buried their heads in the sand. Now, we will no longer stand this and I will make representations in & # 39; the strongest possible conditions. & # 39;
Police launched an investigation in February after a video appeared showing a car that was not on the wrong side of the car. a road just outside RAF Cughton.
A map, pictured, with details of where each crash took place, shows how close they were
The shocking footage shows a red car driving at least two seconds to an oncoming car before swinging across the road.
Meanwhile, controversy over the validity of Sacoolas's claim to diplomatic immunity is rumored, described as Britain's top diplomat as & # 39; illogical & # 39 ;.
Advocates of FCO advised UK ministers on August 30 that the diplomatic status of Sacoolas was ambiguous. It then told Northamptonshire Police on September 2 that it had full diplomatic immunity and that no prosecution would be possible.
Speaking to a selection committee on Tuesday, Sir Simon McDonald said: & # 39; The controversy was about an agreement made to & # 39; the end of the last century on persistent immunities for US diplomats placed at the Crowton annex.
& # 39; In that agreement, the US authorities turned to accredited diplomats, which was the formal position, but that agreement was silent on the rights of their dependents, and that has been the source of much of the dispute. 39;
Sir Simon called it a & # 39; recondite bit of law & # 39; and the interpretation & # 39; somewhat illogical & # 39 ;.
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