Emma Fairyard broke her wrist after a car crash involving Prince Philip – and she claims she has not yet apologized to her for the incident. ] "I'm lucky I'm alive and he did not even regret it," said Fairweider, a 46-year-old mother of two children. "It's such a traumatic and painful time and I'd expect more from the Royal Family." Ferrender, a passenger in her friend's car during the incident, also cast doubt on the royal family's claim that Philip, 97, was dazzled by the sunlight before the incident.
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"It could have been much worse," she said. "Obviously, Prince Philip has told a witness that the sun has blinded him, but I can not see how that may be true when it was cloudy." where Fairwright says she spent a lot of time trying to see the family going through here.
She remembered the tormenting moments of the crash. I could see Land Rover about 1
She continued: "As I approach, I can understand that this is an adult driver, my friend stopped and seemed so controlled, but I was terrified, but then we broke in. Then it was just distrust, I was in shock. 19659002] Ferrund's baby was in the back seat, but fortunately it was undamaged, and the good Samaritans helped Fairwright and her child out of the vehicle and informed her of the other driver
She said she had to wait two hours for an ambulance. "Someone told me that Prince Philip was ready to talk to me, but he said the people told him against it, "she said," but I can not be sure because I was very confused. "That would mean the world to me if Prince Philip said I'm sorry, but I have no idea if he is sorry," she complained, adding, "What would it take for him and the queen to send me a card  Fairway also said she was told to remain silent about the incident and that even the police did not help much.
"I was just advising not to talk to anyone and told yesterday to call from the palace," she said. "I know the queen is a busy lady, but I was very excited about the idea she could call me. Instead, I received a call from a police officer to contact the family. "The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh would like to remember you." This is no excuse or even desire … The police also did not give me any emotional support. insists there was no excuse, the royal spokesman told The Mirror. "The whole message of support was sent to both the driver and the passenger. "he and the queen," she said. "No one can change my mind about it."
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