*** Witness says Diana's car was driving safely

CobraBoy! (tbyars@earthlink.net)
Mon, 29 Sep 1997 09:50:05 -0700

A man riding in a taxicab that was passed by Princess Diana's car
before it crashed in Paris said her car was not traveling at an
unsafe speed. Brian Anderson said Diana's Mercedes was traveling
about 70 mph that night and was being closely followed by two
motorcycles. "My perception ... was the car was not traveling at an
unsafe speed," Anderson said. He said the first motorcycle had two
people on it and was the more aggressive, heading "in a direction to
get in front of the car." Nine photographers and a photo agency
motorcyclist face possible charges of manslaughter. For story
Diana's mother pays emotion-charged tribute, For story



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