An RAF cyclist has described the moment he stumbled upon the site of the French Alps massacre last week.
Brett Martin told the BBC that he initially thought there had been a terrible accident, as he found a little girl "stumbling" around, bleeding and "moaning" in a secluded car park close to Lake Annecy.
Next to her was a BMW, it's engine still revving and its wheels still spinning, inside which lay the bodies of Saad al-Hilli, 50, his dentist wife Iqbal, 47, and her mother.
A fourth body, that of Sylvain Mollier, 45, the French cyclist who apparently stumbled across the attack, lay on the ground.
Brett Martin talking to BBC News.
The chief prosecutor in the area of the French Alps where three Britons were gunned down, is expected to visit the al-Hilli family home in Claygate, Surrey, this afternoon.
It's part of Mr Maillaud's 24-hour trip to the UK and he will also meet police officers and Crown Prosecution Service officials.
French prosecutor Eric Maillaud today told reporters in Surrey that the reasons for the murders of three Britons gunned down in the Alps "have their origins in this country".
Surrey Police are still stationed outside the home of Saad Al-Hilli in Claygate today.
At midday, a joint press conference will be held with French prosecutors who have traveled to the UK to continue their investigation into the shootings.
The French prosecutor in charge of the Alps murders investigation, Eric Maillaud, will arrive in the UK today.
He will join Surrey Police, who are combing the Al-Hilli family home in Claygate for clues and leads.
French police officers are expected to visit the al-Hilli home at some point on Tuesday for an update on how searches being conducted by Surrey officers are progressing.
The French judge and prosecutor investigating the Alps massacre will visit the UK on Thursday too, as police search woodland huts near Annecy.
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