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British Police Travel To US To Interview Wife Of American Diplomat Accused Of Causing Deadly Crash

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British Police Travel To US To Interview Wife Of American Diplomat Accused Of Causing Deadly Crash

British Police Travel To US To Interview Wife Of American Diplomat Accused Of Causing Deadly Crash

Anne Sacoolas was allegedly behind the wheel and on the wrong side of the road when she crashed into 19-year-old Harry Dunn, who was riding his motorcycle in the English countryside.

She fled the country under diplomatic immunity, reportedly in a U.S. Air Force plane.

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