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Woman in Crash with Prince No fan of the message she got




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One more thing on Prince Philip's driving report. Two days after 97-year-old Land Rover Freelander collided with a Kia and landed on his side, the British tabloids released photos showing the Duke of Edinburgh behind the wheel of a new Land Rover on Saturday – without a seatbelt. The BBC reports that British law states that motorists must wear seat belts under almost all circumstances. After the Norfolk Police officers were informed of the photos, they said they had talked to Philip. "The driver was given appropriate advice," says the representative. "This is our standard response when we draw attention to those images that show this kind of offense."

Regarding one of the women in the Kia, Emma Fairweather told the Mirror that the Palace's response was inadequate and somewhat inscrutable. While a representative of the palace said that "good wishes" had been passed on, Buckingham Palace added, "A full message of support has been sent to both the driver and the passenger," says Fairweather, which is not what she is got. She says she is "happy to be alive" (she had a broken wrist). She says she did not even get an apology. What she got from a call from a liaison police liaison officer, "made no sense, saying," The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh want to be reminded of you. "This is no excuse or desire." The accident, which the AP calls a "violent collision," is still under investigation and no charges have been made. (Read more Prince Philip stories.)

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