Prince Philip crash Woman who broke wrist considering personal injury claim

Her friend, Ellie Townsend, 28, who was driving,… Ms Fairweather was one of two women in the Kia, which was left on a verge after colliding with the Duke of Edinburgh’s car. Admitting she had hoped for an apology from the Duke and “a card and a bunch of flowers” from the Queen, she claimed the injury affected her independence and may require surgery. A mother who broke her wrist in a car crash with the Duke of Edinburgh is considering a personal injury claim, it has emerged, as she called for the 97-year-old to stop driving. Emma Fairweather, who was a ­passenger in a Kia Carens car which collided with the Duke’s Land Rover, said she felt “ignored and rejected” by the Royal family after the accident.

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