Mom who broke her wrist in car crash with Prince Philip says he should 'absolutely' be prosecuted
A woman who was involved in a car accident with Prince Philip believes he should be prosecuted.
On January 17, 2019, the 97-year-old Duke of Edinburgh crashed his Range Rover near the Queen's Sandringham Estate.
A woman who broke her wrist in the car crash has now spoken publicly about the incident and her outrage at how it has been handled by Police.
"I’ve had no opportunity to discuss this in any formal capacity. I need somebody to understand that I still have medical concerns. I’m very worried that I haven’t been asked for a statement from the police."
PASSENGER CLAIMS POLICE DID NOT TAKE HER STATEMENT
Emma Fairweather, 46, who was a passenger in the vehicle which collided with the Duke's Land Rover has revealed that the Police has not contacted her, or taken a statement regarding the incident.
Sunday Mirror exclusive p1 tomorrow - ‘Prince Philip hasn’t even said sorry’. Incredible interview with injured passenger who says “He could have killed us and must quit driving” #PrincePhilip— Russell Myers (@rjmyers) January 19, 2019
The driver of the car which crashed with the Duke's has chosen not to comment publicly.
A PHONE CALL FROM THE QUEEN
Fairweather admitted that she had received a phone call from one of Her Majesty's lady-in-waiting transmitting a message of support from the Queen.
She has nonetheless complained that:
"The support that I was offered initially hasn’t really been the reality for me."
THE DRIVER INVOLVED IN THE COLLISION HAS NO COMMENTS
Fairweather was interviewed on TV, and spoke to several newspapers about the incident, but the driver of the car which crashed with the Duke's has chosen not to comment publicly.
A 9-MONTH-OLD BABY WAS IN THE CAR
The driver, identified as Ellie Townsend, 28, was transporting her nine-month-old baby son in the back of the car, as well as Fairweather.
Townsend has not spoken about the accident, and Fairweather has revealed that she has only contacted her for details for car insurance purposes:
"Finally yesterday afternoon I received a very formal email from her husband to share those details with me."
Fairweather has declared that she feels isolated and neglected and that she believes Prince Philip has not taken responsibility for his actions and should be held liable.
THE DUKE'S ACCIDENT
The accident took place as Prince Philip, 97, was driving was pulling out of a driveway and onto the A149 in Norfolk.
"The Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a road traffic accident with another vehicle this afternoon. (...) The accident took place close to the Sandringham Estate. Local police attended the scene."
The incident was revealed by Buckingham Palace, explaining that the Duke's Range Rover had crashed with another car near the Queen's Sandringham Estate.
The Duke's car overturned, and bystanders who ran to the rescue reported that he was conscious, but "very, very shocked."
In a related story, the first photos of the woman injured in car crash with Prince Philip have been released.