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Motorist Claims Prince Philip Did Not Apologize After Crashing Into Him

Motorist Claims Prince Philip Did Not Apologize After Crash
Source: MEGA

Jan. 19 2019, Updated 7:54 p.m. ET

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Prince Philip hit the headlines this week after getting involved in a car crash in Great Britain.

However, motorist Patrick Daynes, claims that the 97-year-old ploughed into his Mercedes back in 1996.

And he says that he did not say 'sorry' after he was responsible for the smash.

Philip, aged 74 at the time, avoided prosecution after he crashed his Range Rover into Daynes's car at a pedestrian crossing.

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Mr Daynes suffered whiplash and had to get hospital treatment following the crash in Brandon, Suffolk, 30 miles from the latest incident.

He said: "The accident caused considerable damage. I stopped at a pedestrian crossing and there was an almighty bang.

"The detective walked over to me and talked through the window, it was only then I noticed that the Duke Of Edinburgh was driving."

The British Royal remained in his car and stayed passive throughout.

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He added: "While the policeman was talking to me, the Duke did not move a muscle – he just sat in his seat starring ahead."

The British Royal flipped over his Land Rover this week after striking a car containing two women and a baby near Sandringham.

Nobody was seriously injured but he could face charges following the crash.

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