Crashed Limousine of Princess Diana is to sell for £1m

Accident or assassination? Princess Diana, 36, and her friend Dodi Fayed, 42, were killed in Paris along with chauffeur Henri Paul when their Mercedes crashed in the Pont d’Alma tunnel. Di’s bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones had terrible facial injuries. In 1999 a French judge ruled it an accident, blaming Paul for drinking and driving at high speed. As the British investigation into her death comes to a conclusion, French owner Jean Francois Musa is set to sell wreckage for £1million! Mr Musa, the owner of Etoile Limousines in Paris, rented the car to Mohamed al Fayed, the Harrod and Paris Ritz owner and Dodi’s father. After being in Paris for eight years, this exceptional wreck was shipped to England last year. The Mercedes limousine is currently in a police pound in south east London after detectives working on Operation Paget, the £4 million enquiry into the 1997 Paris crash which killed Diana, spent more than a year examining it.

Contemplating over various options of giving the car wreck to Mr. Mohamed al Fayed or showcasing it in a museum, Musa has finally decided to SELL the Wreck! Attempt to make a huge profit out of the tragedy is set to cause further heartache to all of Diana’s fans.