THE family of motorbike victim Harry Dunn say another crash near the US base where he died shows people are still in danger.
A black BMW with diplomatic licence plates seemed to have been driving on the wrong side of the road — just like the car which killed Harry, 19 — before smashing into a wall.
A family spokesman said: “What is going to have to happen before something is done?”
The crash site in Aynho, Northants, is two miles from RAF Croughton, where Harry died in August after being hit by spy’s wife Anne Sacoolas, 42.
She fled to the US claiming diplomatic immunity.
An extradition bid was rejected.
Heartbroken Harry’s family raised the crash with local MP, Andrea Leadsom, who was looking to broker a virtual meeting with the base commander, Colonel Bridget McNamara.
The latest crash comes after chief constable of Northamptonshire Police, Nick Adderley, said he would fund driver training at RAF Croughton in an attempt to prevent similar incidents.
In January, Mr Adderley announced there had been two further incidents of American staff driving on the wrong side of the road after Mr Dunn's death.
A spokeswoman for RAF Croughton told PA the base was looking into the most recent claims and would release further information when they were able to.
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