Those properties which are not actually demolished are likely to see their values plunge.And yet not a soul from the Government warned the victims about the disaster thundering towards them at 225mph.Patricia Storr told the jury she saw a young man, wearing jogging bottoms and a white T-shirt, get out of the driver's seat and walk towards her.She said: "I asked the young man 'was he all right? He was on his mobile phone and he was swearing and telling somebody to come and pick him up, he had been in an accident." The trial continues.Schoolboy Saliq Malik, the front seat passenger, suffered severe head and neck injuries and died in hospital more than five hours after the crash.Prosecutor David Dixon told the jury that an accident investigator had concluded that: "The driver of the car simply lost control because he was going too fast.There are few English villages more idyllic than Chetwode in Buckinghamshire, just on the Oxfordshire border.The Grade I listed priory church of St Mary and St Nicholas was built from the remains of an Augustinian priory founded in 1245.
Outside Aylesbury, Lord Rothschild’s venerable Waddesdon Manor will shudder to the sound of the passing trains.
so his identity was hidden and he was not arrested." He said Nadeem Hussain, 29, and Yasser Hussain, 28, were involved in that.
Police and paramedics arrived at the scene and officers went to the hospital.
Mr Dixon said that within a minute or two of the accident, another car arrived, Khan got in and it was driven away.
He said: "That car had been summonsed in some way to remove Syam Khan from the scene ...