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Crash victim 'lucky to be alive': Prince Philip has not said sorry

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 20 January 2019
Crash victim 'lucky to be alive': Prince Philip has not said sorryA mother-of-two who broke her wrist after being involved in a car crash with Prince Philip has revealed how the Duke of Edinburgh has yet to apologise to her.Emma Fairweather, 45, was a passenger in the Kia involved in the collision...
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News video: Prince Philip Spotted Driving After Crash— Without Seatbelt

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Channel24 reports that Prince Philip was seen driving, just a few days after being involved in a car accident, without wearing a seatbelt. On Thursday, The Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a two-car collision in Norfolk, England—close to the Queen's Sandringham estate. Reports say that the...

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