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French send Diana crash car to England as investigations into her death continue

Cape Times | January 26 2005

Related: Murder of Diana Archive

London: French police have agreed to secretly ship to Britain the Mercedes in which Princess Diana was killed so that British police can study the vehicle.

It will be the first time the car has been examined by British detectives for clues into how and why the 1997 crash happened in Paris's Pont d'Alma tunnel, the Daily Mail said.

The newspaper said the car would be examined by detectives and police scientists involved in an inquiry into Diana's death. The investigation, by the so-called "Diana squad", is headed by outgoing Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens.

"The British are welcome to have the car, but they won't find any clues in it as to what caused the crash," said a French police spokesman.