A day after Prince Philip was involved in a car crash, Buckingham Palace said the King had a "safety check" and was determined to suffer "without the risk of injuries".
A Duke of Edinburgh, 97 married to the 92-year-old British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, was seen by medical specialists at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn, the Palace of Associated Press reported. Prince Philip escaped unharmed from Thursday's collision, which happened when he traveled near the Sandringham mansion in Norfolk, said the palace at that time.
The king was trying to pull off the road when the catastrophe happened, the BBC said. Pictures from the scene show that his black Range Rover is overturned.
Roy Warne witnessed the incident and told the BBC that he helped both the prince and the baby from their respective vehicles. It is reported that the baby has been riding inside Kia. "I saw a car, a black rover that came out of the side road and it rolled and ended up on the other side of the road," Warren told the store, "I saw it was exciting, searching the way and ending on the other side."
19659003] Warne reports that the prince is "obviously shaken" after the crash and has checked the others who are involved.The Prince is "obviously shaken" after the crash and checks the others who have been involved./ "