Diana, Trevor Rees-Jones, Henri Paul

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Diana's final moments

Photos showing Princess Diana minutes before the crash that killed her are released at the inquest into her death.

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Last moments

epa01137424 This photo made available late 2nd October 2007 by Britain's H.M. Coroner office showing Princess Diana turning to look out of the back window of the Mercedes she was travelling in with Dodi al Fayed in the early hours of 31 August 1997 moments before crashing. It was one of a number of pictures studied by jurors in the Princess Diana inquest at the High Courts in London 2nd October. In the never before published shot are also Dodi's bodyguard Travor Rees and driver Henri Paul. (PLEASE NOTE RESTRICTIONS) EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UK AND IRELAND OUT NO MAGS NO SALES NO ARCHIVE - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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Diana, Trevor Rees-Jones, Henri Paul

In this handout photograph provided Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007 by Press Association, the head of Princess of Wales, in the rear seat, her bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, left, and driver Henri Paul are seen shortly before the car crash that killed Diana, her companion Dodi Fayed and the driver in Paris Aug. 31, 1997. The image, taken shortly before the crash, was shown to the British inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and her companion. The inquest, presided by Lord Justice Scott Baker, focused quickly on a summer romance that ended in a horrific car crash that some claim was murder. (AP Photo/HO via PA) **UNITED KINGDOM OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE**
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Scene of crash

epa01137438 This image made available late 2nd October 2007 by H.M. Coroner's office was one of a series of previously unpublished pictures shown to jurors on the first day of the Princess Diana inquest held at the High Court in London yesterday. In this picture rescuers and paparazzi photographers, some with names marked, gaze at the wreckage scene after the crash of the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed on the night of 31 August 1997. (PLEASE NOTE RESTRICTIONS) EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION. EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION.
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First on scene

epa01137434 This image made available late 2nd October 2007 by H.M. Coroner's office was one of a series of previously unpublished pictures shown to jurors on the first day of the Princess Diana inquest held at the High Court in London yesterday. In this picture photographer Serge Arnal is marked as first on the scene moments after the crash of the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed on the night of 31 August 1997. (PLEASE NOTE RESTRICTIONS) EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION.
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Scene of crash

epa01137442 This image made available late 2nd October 2007 by H.M. Coroner's office was one of a series of previously unpublished pictures shown to jurors on the first day of the Princess Diana inquest held at the High Court in London yesterday. This picture shows the scene shortly after the crash of the Mercedes carrying Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed on the night of 31 August 1997. (PLEASE NOTE RESTRICTIONS) EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION. EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPH CANNOT BE STORED OR USED MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION.
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A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/RAT/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST   **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read RAT/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)

A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/RAT/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read RAT/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/ARNAL/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST   **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read ARNAL/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)

A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/ARNAL/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read ARNAL/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/VERES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST   **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read VERES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)

A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/VERES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read VERES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/EMERGENCY SERVICES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST   **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read EMERGENCY SERVICES/SCOTT BAKER I/AFP/Getty Images)

A handout image obtained in London, 03 October 2007, from the coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker, shows emergency services personnel attending to the wreckage of the Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al Fayed in a Paris underpass in August 1997. Eleven jurors were selected Tuesday 02 October 2007, to decide if there is any truth to claims that Britain's royal family ordered the murder of Princess Diana, as a formal inquest into her death in 1997 finally opened. AFP PHOTO/EMERGENCY SERVICES/SCOTT BAKER INQUEST **** RESTRICTED FOR EDITORIAL USE **** NO SALES **** (Photo credit should read EMERGENCY SERVICES/SCOTT BAKER I/AFP/Getty Images)
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Wrecked Mercedes

epa01137430 This photo released late 2nd October 2007 by the office of H.M. Coroner was one of a number of pictures shown to jurors during the first day of the Princess Diana inquest, held at the High Court in London yesterday. The picture shows the crumpled wreckage of the Mercedes limousine that Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were travelling in on the fatal night of 31 August 1997. EPA/CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVES - PHOTOGRAPOH CANNOT BE STORED OR LUSED FOR MORE THAN 14 DAYS AFTER THE DAY OF TRANSMISSION. EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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