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A seat belt is an effective, easy way to improve one’s chances of survival in a car accident

The Metropolitan Police said passengers in the car when Princess Diana died had a 0 percent chance of survival if they were not wearing seatbelts.

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An Investigation Finds That If Princess Diana Had Been Wearing Her Seat Belt, Her Chances Of Survival Would Have Increased To 80%

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In an interview with Good Morning Britain, Metropolitan Police Senior Investigative Officer David Douglas said that if the people in the car with Princess Diana had been wearing seatbelts, they would have had a “80 percent chance” of survival. A new documentary on Channel 4 explores the theories surrounding the death of Princess Diana and whether or not they are true.