Prince Philip has "after careful consideration" decided to give up his driver's license after his horror car accident, confirmed the Buckingham Palace tonight.
The 97-year-old went straight after a collision unscathed with another vehicle on the A149 in Babingley, Norfolk, last month.
Prince Philip was trapped and reportedly told the rescuers, "My legs! Where should I put my legs? "
Eyewitnesses reported that the 97-year-old was shocked and shocked after the crash. Dramatic pictures were taken showing rubble at the scene.
A palace spokesman has now said, "After careful consideration, the Duke of Edinburgh has made the decision to voluntarily hand over his driver's license."
The palace said the prince's decision to hand over his driver's license was his sole property he will be driven from now on. The Duke's license was abandoned today.
He apologized for his accident at Sandringham when his land Rover Freelander collided with another car. Two women had to be treated in the hospital.
Mirror Online has previously reported that a mother was injured in a car accident with Prince Philip's wrist has received a letter of apology from the Duke of Edinburgh.
The letter to Emma Fairweather, 46, states, "I want you to know how sorry I am that I participated in the accident at Babingley Junction.
I know exactly how much traffic the main road uses.
"It was a sunny day, and at three in the afternoon the sun was low over the car wash.
" In other words the sun was shining low over the main road, under normal circumstances I would have no trouble getting out of traffic to see the direction of Dersingham, but I can only imagine that I have not seen the car, and I am very dissatisfied with the consequences
She added, "I was a bit shaken after the accident, but I was very relieved that none of you was seriously injured.
"When a crowd began to gather, I was advised to return to Sandringham House by a local police officer. I have since learned that you have broken an arm. I am deeply sorry for this injury.
"I wish you a speedy recovery from a very disturbing experience."
Emma Fairweather – who needed a titanium plate to repair the fracture that caused her agony – described the accident as a "huge" setback.
She said that after an operation, she was exposed to an eight-week recovery period and would probably wear a cast until April.
"That blew me away," said the single mother.
"It feels like the last three weeks of pain and recovery are pointless, as I have to start all over again, it's like a groundhog."
"I want him to know what that implies has on my life. I have never had surgery and I will have this titanium plate for life. "
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Emma is drugged for general surgery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn and is deported from her job as a laborer until April.
She said, "I & # 39; I'm nervous, although hopefully it will be straightforward. "
Emma pursues a claim for assault against the Duke.
A mother and baby involved in a car accident with Prince Philip are "happy to be alive," relatives say.
Ellie Townsend, 28, traveled with Emma Fairweather and her nine-month-old baby as her Kia collided with the Duke's Land Rover.
The teacher was described as "very shaken" after the "traumatic ordeal" – but said that she did not blame the 97-year-old Prince Philip for the collapse. Prince Philip was involved in a car accident near the Queen's Sandringham Estate
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A relative Ellie had previously told Sun: "It's scary to think what could have happened.
" She is very shaken and wants to spend time with her son and husband Shaun. The two of them are lucky to be alive.
"They make it as well as after a traumatic event is expected."
Both drivers had their breath tested and made a negative impression from reading, the Norfolk police said after the accident. This is a standard procedure.
75-year-old lawyer Roy Warne was reportedly the first person in the scene.
He claimed to have helped the Duke to free himself from his fallen Land Rover and said he had the Prince's blood on his hands "as he supported him.
Roy, who had driven home with his wife Victoria while witnessing the accident, told The Sun, "I saw the car turn around and thought damn hell.
"Before I even stopped, I said to Victoria, 999.
" Blood on my hands. All I could think, thank God, was not there anymore.
Buckingham Palace's statement on the day of the crash read: "The Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a road accident vehicle this afternoon.
"The Duke was not injured and the accident occurred near the Sandringham Estate."
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