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Prince Philip back on the road two days after crash

SBS Saturday, 19 January 2019
Prince Philip back on the road two days after crashPhotographs have emerged that appear to show Prince Philip back behind the wheel of a new Land Rover, two days after flipping his old one in a collision.
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News video: Prince Philip Uninjured After Recent Car Accident

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It was a scary day for the royals after Prince Philip, 97, was in a car accident with another vehicle near the Sandringham Estate. The BBC reports Prince Philip was behind the wheel as he turned his Range Rover onto the coastal road A149. It is unclear who was at fault in the accident, but the...

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