I Feel Guilty but I Could Do Nothing Says the Bodyguard
Byline: JON UNGOED-THOMAS
THE BODYGUARD who may hold the key to the crash which killed Diana should be able to speak to police within weeks.
After Trevor Rees-Jones had a ten-hour operation to reconstruct his shattered face, Paris doctors declared it a success and were confident he will make a full recovery.
His mother and stepfather, Jill and Ernie Jones, have said their son is 'deeply upset' about the tragedy. He is believed to have told his mother: 'I feel guilty about the crash, but there was absolutely nothing I could have done.' Mr Rees-Jones, 29, a former Para, was in the front passenger seat when the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana crashed in an underpass.
He was the only person in the car wearing a seatbelt.
That saved him, along with an airbag that inflated on impact. Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul were killed instantly while …
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Publication information: Article title: I Feel Guilty but I Could Do Nothing Says the Bodyguard. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: September 9, 1997. Page number: 4. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 1997 Gale Group.