Prince Philip should face prosecution if liable, says woman injured in crash

Prince Philip should face prosecution if liable, says woman injured in crash

Emma Fairweather said the 97-year-old had not personally reached out after crash

The woman who suffered a broken wrist in a car crash involving the Duke of Edinburgh believes “absolutely” the royal should not escape prosecution if a police investigation indicates him to be at fault.

Emma Fairweather, 45, who was travelling with a female friend, 28, and a nine-month-old baby, also described Prince Philip’s decision to get back behind the wheel without a seatbelt less than 48 hours after the crash as “highly insensitive and inconsiderate”.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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