Trump says US to look into 'terrible accident' by diplomat's wife

Parents of Harry Dunn 'disgusted' with British government as they vow to sue son's alleged killer

'It felt like a publicity stunt': Harry Dunn family 'angry and frustrated' after meeting foreign secretary

Harry Dunn, who was 19, died when his motorbike crashed into a auto - while the main suspect, Anne Sacoolas fled to the United States after she was granted diplomatic immunity.

Harry's mother, Charlotte Charles, said: "I'm feeling disgusted, let down by the government".

Trump on Wednesday called what happened "a bad accident" and said his administration would seek to speak with the driver "and see what we can come up with". And that can happen, you know. That happens. I won't say it ever happened to me, but it did.

U.S. state department officials, in private and public exchanges, have expressed regret about Dunn's death outside an RAF base used by the USA air force but said it was global American policy not to issue immunity waivers in such cases.

"So a young man was killed".

When asked about the diplomatic immunity by reporters, Mr Trump called the incident a " bad accident "purpose sugges ted driving on the opposite side of road was confusing - saying "it happens".

Commenting on what she would say to Mr Trump about the case, Mr Dunn's mother told Sky News: "He must know exactly where she is".

THE family at the centre of a row over diplomatic immunity after their son died in a auto crash called a meeting with foreign secretary Dominic Raab a "publicity stunt".

Number 10 said the prime minister had urged Mr Trump to reconsider the decision to allow Mrs Sacoolas immunity in order that "the individual involved can return to the United Kingdom, co-operate with police and allow Harry's family to receive justice".

'Phase of me is feeling like it was once ideal a publicity stunt on the UK Authorities facet to display hide they're seeking to support'. According to British authorities, she implied her intent to comply with the investigation instead she fled to the US.

'I fragment the frustration of Harry's mom and father, ' said the Secretary of Suppose.

Afterwards Mr Raab said the justice process was "not being allowed to properly run its course".

'We're persevering with to press the U.S. authorities for their co-operation to be decided the police can pursue this case unimpeded and to allow Harry's household to come by justice'. Nor would they comment on the leaked notes, arguing that it was unclear whether President Trump had read them and, if he had done, whether he agreed with them.

The household's lawyer and spokesman Radd Seiger said the household might maybe perhaps well be spirited to talk with Mr Trump concerning the downside and confirmed they thought to commute to the States. Nobody wants to litigate, "he said".

He said they had taken legal advice on civil action and it was "an avenue we are looking at". He was once a special boy and I miss him love exasperated'. A State Department official told TIME in a statement that diplomatic immunity is "rarely waived".

Sooner than assembly the US Ambassador, Mr Raab raised the case in a cell phone name with US Secretary of Suppose Mike Pompeo.

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