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Prince Philip crash investigation update

Prince Philip crash investigation update

Published by KLFM
7:37pm 9th February 2019.

Norfolk Police have released an update on their investigation into Prince Philip's crash.

The Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a collision on 17th January on the A149 at the Sandringham Estate.

Two women and a nine-month old baby were in the other car during the crash.

 

The pair were taken to the QE for their injuries but the child was not hurt.

His Royal Highness was also uninjured after the incident.

Today (9th Feb) Buckingham Palace announced Prince Philip was voluntarily giving up his driving licence at the age of 97.

 

Officers have now confirmed their investigation has been concluded.

It's been handed to the Crown Prosecution Service for their consideration.

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