The sole survivor of the car crash that killed Princess Diana is recalling the accident bit by bit, his lawyer said Friday after bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones met with an investigating judge for the fourth time.

Rees-Jones "is remembering more details, not many . . . and is hoping to remember more," lawyer Christian Curtil told reporters after the 75-minute meeting with Judge Herve Stephan.His face still marked with the scars of the accident, the 29-year-old Rees-Jones stood briefly beside Curtil after meeting with the judge at the Palais de Justice in central Paris.

"Everything he says is what he is absolutely sure of," said Curtil, who refused to elaborate or recount what Rees-Jones told the judge.

The high-speed accident in a Paris traffic tunnel Aug. 31 killed Diana, her companion Dodi Fayed and the car's driver, Henri Paul.