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Harry Dunn's friends are almost hit by an "American car" that drives on the wrong side of the road


Wait Harry Dunn's friends are almost hit by an American car driving on the wrong side of the road four days ago

  • Chelsea Wilson and Ed Bunker left a friend's house in Caversfield, Oxon
  • Almost hit by left-hand drive American Chevrolet on the wrong side of the A4421
  • Area is a well-known enclave of US and CIA employees for the nearby RAF Croughton
  • Friend Harry Dunn died when his motorcycle was hit by a car on the wrong side of the road

Two friends of Harry Dunn shared the terrible moment when they were nearly hit by an American car in a car accident almost a year after his death.

Chelsea Wilson and Ed Bunker were leaving a friend's house when they pulled into the A4421 at Caversfield, a well-known enclave of U.S. and CIA personnel, at around 5.25 p.m. on July 5.

However, the footage shows a Chevrolet Camaro with left-hand drive without license plates, which heads straight for them on the wrong side of the road.

The driver of the American vehicle appears to make no attempts to stop in time or change lanes.

Ed said the driver of the car was a bald man and the two cars missed each other just inches, which shook him and Chelsea.

They managed to capture the incident on camera when Chelsea got her cell phone out and had one of her favorite songs on the radio.

The footage shows the couple turning right to spot the bright yellow Chevrolet driving on the wrong side of the road. You hear Ed beeping loudly to get the other driver's attention and to warn him of his mistake.

In an article published on medium, Ed asked: “Will the authorities ever do anything about it? After Harry died, we have the absolute right, more than ever, to feel safe on the streets we live on. & # 39;

They saw a left-hand Chevrolet Camaro approaching them on the wrong side of the road

Chelsea Wilson and Ed Bunker were just leaving a friend's house when they turned onto the A4421 in Caversfield and saw a left-hand drive Chevrolet Camaro approaching them on the wrong side of the road

Her friend Harry Dunn, 19, died after a street collision outside a nearby military base. Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US officer, is said to have been driving on the wrong side of the road when her car crashed into Harry's motorcycle

Her friend Harry Dunn, 19, died after a street collision outside a nearby military base. Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US officer, is said to have been driving on the wrong side of the road when her car crashed into Harry's motorcycle

“Many of us just don't feel safe anymore. We are afraid and angry. I reported the incident to the police. & # 39;

19-year-old Harry Dunn died on August 27, 2019 after a street collision.

The British boy had ridden his motorcycle near Croughton, Northamptonshire, near the RAF Croughton exit when it collided head-on with a car driving in the opposite direction.

The driver of the other car, a Volvo XC90, was American Anne Sacoolas, a former CIA employee, and the wife of Jonathon Sacoolas, a US government worker who works at the US Air Force listening station at RAF Croughton.

Sacoolas, whose husband Jonathan Sacoolas worked as a technical assistant at the base, had been driving on the wrong side of the road when leaving the airbase.

Sacoolas, whose husband Jonathan Sacoolas worked as a technical assistant at the base, had been driving on the wrong side of the road when leaving the airbase

Sacoolas, whose husband Jonathan Sacoolas worked as a technical assistant at the base, had been driving on the wrong side of the road when leaving the airbase

RAF Croughton is expected to become the US intelligence interception station for the entire African continent, with huge buildings required for the base

RAF Croughton is expected to become the US intelligence interception station for the entire African continent, with huge buildings required for the base

With the help of the US embassy, ​​she fled back across the Atlantic and claimed that she had diplomatic immunity and could therefore not be arrested in Great Britain.

In December, prosecutors accused Sacoolas of causing death from dangerous driving.

The Home Office then made an extradition request for her return, which was rejected by the United States the following month.

Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn take legal action against Secretary of State Dominic Raab and the Northamptonshire police, alleging that they have allowed Sacoolas to leave the UK unlawfully.

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