After twenty years of Lady Diana’s death, a new witness claims that emergency services could’ve done more to save her. Sanlee Culbreath, an ex-lawyer, and witness to the crash believes that the first responders did not act quickly and lowered Diana’s chances of survival, The Daily Record reports.
Sanlee was one of the first people who was there when the accident happened, However, he did not want to talk about it because of his respect for Prince William and Harry. And now, when 20 years have passed, Culbreath has a feeling that there was more behind her death than meets the eye.
“I always thought it was suspicious, that other forces played a hand. Now, 20 years on, I question more than ever whether it was a genuine accident. I think it is dubious,” Culbreath said.
He wonders why the emergency services needed 20 minutes to reach the scene of the accident. He questions why they didn’t take her to the nearest hospital, but went for another. He shared that he told to a bystander that a junkie would have received better attention.
Sanlee still has many questions about how the entire situation was, even though a lot of time has passed since then.
The former lawyer and a couple of friends were visiting Paris when the accident happened. They didn’t know that Lady Diana was in the car until after the fact. They came minutes after the car crashed into a tunnel wall.
The car was driven by Henri Paul was driving the vehicle. Dodi Fayed, Diana’s boyfriend, and bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones were riding along.
Rees-Jones was the only one who was wearing a seat belt and who survived the crash.
Sanlee and his friends helped Rees-Jones. Still, they didn’t know that Fayed was dead inside the car and that Lady Diana was seriously injured.
Speaking about the car crash, French police conducted a thorough investigation. The results were showing that Paul was under the influence at the time of the accident. Still, it took the emergency service more than an hour to get Princess Diana out of the car.