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The escort of the convoy of Prince William and Kate injured an elderly woman in a crash



LONDON, June 19 (Reuters) – An elderly woman is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a police motorcycle escort for British Prince William and his wife Kate.

The convoy of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was traveling. The wife, Irene Mayor, who is in her 80s, is according to the police in a serious but stable condition. When the incident happened, the escort was on the wrong side of the street to clear the traffic for the couple 's convoy.

The British Police Station, the Independent Office for Police Conduct, said it was investigating.

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The Duke of Cambridge (left), the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II, The Duchess of Cornwall, King Willem- Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attend day one of R. Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse.

Princess Eugenie of York (left) and Princess Beatrice of York on the first day of the Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse. (Photo by Mike Egerton / PA Images via Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II (left), King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Duke of Cambridge and Duchess of Cambridge on the first day of the Royal Ascot at the racecourse of Ascot.

The Duchess of Cambridge (center), Johnny Weatherby (right) and Zara Tindall (left) take part in the first day of Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse. (Photo by Jonathan Brady / PA Images via Getty Images)

The Princess Royal (left) and the Countess of Wessex on the first day of the Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse. (Photo by Mike Egerton / PA Images via Getty Images)

ASCOT, ENGLAND – JUNE 18: Emma Weymouth and Lady Kitty Spencer take on Day 1 of the Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse on June 18, 2019 in Ascot, England part. (Photo by David M. Benett / Getty Images for the Ascot Racecourse)

The Princess Royal, Anne (fourth from left), the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II, King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands on the first day of the Royal Ascot on the Ascot racetrack.

Queen Elizabeth II on the first day of the Royal Ascot at the Ascot racetrack.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (2R) rises with Dutch King Willem-Alexander (L) and Queen Maxima (R) and British Prince Andrew, Duke of York (2L), meet on June 18, 2019 at the first Day of the Royal Ascot horse race in Ascot, west of London. – The five-day meeting is one of the highlights of the horse racing calendar. Horse racing has been taking place on the famous Berkshire track since 1711 and tradition is a hallmark of the meeting. Cylinders and tails remain mandatory in parts of the course, while a daily procession of horse-drawn carriages brings the queen to the course. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) (Image credits should be ADRIAN DENNIS / AFP / Getty Images.)

Princess Eugenie at Windsor Great Park, where members of the royal family switch from cars to horse-drawn carriages on their journey from Windsor Castle to the racetrack of Ascot.

The Duchess of Cambridge at Windsor Great Park, where members of the royal family move from cars to horse-drawn carriages on their journey from Windsor Castle to Ascot Racecourse.

The Royal Royal at the Windsor Great Park Royal family members move from Windsor Castle to the racecourse of cars to horse-drawn carriages on their journey.

Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Great Park, where members of the Royal Family travel from Windsor Castle to Ascot Racecourse on their journey from cars to horse-drawn carriages.

The Duchess of Cambridge (left) and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Windsor Great Park, where members of the royal family transfer from cars to horse-drawn carriages r journey from Windsor Castle to Ascot Racecourse.

Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Great Park, where members of the royal family transfer from cars to horse-drawn carriages on their journey from Windsor Castle to the Ascot Racecourse.

Queen Elizabeth II during day one of Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse.

The Duchess of Cornwall (center), the Prince of Wales (3rd from left) and the Duke of Cambridge on day one of Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse.

The Duke of Cambridge (left), the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II, the Duchess of Cornwall, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands on the first day of Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse ,

The Duke of Cambridge (center) The Duchess of Cornwall (center), the Prince of Wales (third left) and the Duke of Cambridge on the first day of Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse] HIDE CAPTION [19659031] SHOW CAPTION [19659027] According to a spokeswoman, the royal couple were "deeply troubled and saddened" when they learned of the accident, and one employee visited the woman and delivered flowers.

"Your Royal Highnesses sent their best regards to Irene and her family and stay in touch at every stage of their recovery, "the spokeswoman said.

The accident occurred when the couple was on their way to St. George's Chapel for the service at Windsor's Order of the Garter [19659002] In January, a woman was injured in a car accident involving Prince Philip near the Sandringham Estate of the Royal Family.

The Land Rover Philip drove turned around and the 98-year-old was unhurt and soon made a show voluntarily give up his driver's license.


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