LONDON – A spouse of a US diplomat has returned to the US after a fatal crash in the UK.
Neither the spouse's name nor the US diplomat's name has been published.
The incident The 19-year-old Harry Dunn, who died in a collision on August 27 in Croughton, a small village in central England, told the Northamptonshire Police in late August.
Dunn was driving in the opposite direction on his Kawasaki motorcycle when he crashed into a Volvo collided XC90, police said.
Superintendent Sarah Johnson of the Northamptonshire police confirmed in an online statement on Saturday that a 42-year-old American woman is being treated as a suspect In the investigation of the fatal accident, the country was abandoned.
The US State Department said on Saturday in an e-mail to NBC News: "We express our deepest condolences and condolences to the family of the deceased in Thailand. The tragic traffic accident of 27 August with a vehicle launched by the Spouse of a US diplomat assigned to the United Kingdom. "
The statement states that the identity of data subjects could not be confirmed for security and privacy reasons.
"We can confirm that the family has left the UK," the US State Department said in the statement, adding the following: "All questions regarding a waiver of immunity regarding our diplomats and their family members in the United States Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…80&Itemid=58 Johnson said the police had been following the accident closely with the suspect who was fully involved with them. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…27&Itemid=47 in the near future.
In an e – mail to Johnson told NBC News on Saturday that the investigators met with the suspect in the presence of legal advisers on August 28, the day after the deadly crash.
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"Proper procedures have also been followed to locate the necessary documentation for the arrest and formal hearing of the suspect, and the troop is now examining all diplomatic means to ensure this." Investigations are continuing, "said the chief of police rding the matter.
"Harry Dunn's family deserves justice, and to achieve this, a full and thorough investigation must be conducted with the assistance of all concerned," added Johnson.
It is not clear as the spouse of the United Kingdom Johnson was told NBC News on September 16 that the suspect had already left the country.
NBC News turned to the US Embassy in the UK for further comments.
UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab told NBC News in a statement: "I m I would like to express my condolences to the family affected by this tragic incident. I called the US ambassador to express the disappointment of the United Kingdom over its decision and urge the embassy to rethink it. "
Dunn's parents told Sky News they were" completely broken "about what happened.
"We do not know how to start to mourn him," Dunns mother Charlotte Charles told Sky. "We have nothing, no justice, we have nothing to reassure us that she is even remorseful."
History has resonated in Britain as the country's politicians took part in the conversation.
Andrea Leadsom, a Member of Parliament for South Northamptonshire and Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, tweeted and demanded "fair justice for Harry and closure for his family."
Also, Angela Rayner, Secretary of State for Education, commented on Twitter, as saying : "This is heartbreaking and nobody can stand above the law. If you are here in the UK, you must abide by our rules.
Rayner added to another tweet "My son is 22 and this story has really bothered me since I can not even imagine the pain that this family is going through. How can someone just leave the UK and not at least try to take responsibility for the loss of this beautiful young life? "