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Prince Philip decides to stop driving

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, will no longer be driving following last month’s accident. Buckingham Palace said that Prince Philip took the decision voluntarily. A few weeks ago, the 97-year old Duke, escaped serious injuries when the land rover  he was driving overturned following a collision with another vehicle near the royal residence in Sandringham. Two women were hurt in the accident.

Philip had said that he could’t see clearly in the accident due to the sun rays. Two days after the accident, he was warned by Police as he was driving without a safety belt.

 

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