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Prince Philip has given up his licence

In January was queen elizabeth's 97-year-old husband prince Philip involved in a car accident.

the Case has been given a lot of players received tremendous critical acclaim in the british media, and has created a debate over when elderly people should give up their license and stop driving.

Prince Philip (97) crashed. Now he creates debate around aging drivers

Now tells the british royal family that prince Philip "voluntary" has given out the certificate, according to Sky News.

"After a careful review, the duke of Edinburgh taken the decision to voluntarily turn in their license.", called it in kunngjøringa from Buckingham Palace.

It was Thursday 17. January that local police responded to the collision which took place near the queen's estate in Sandringham in Norfolk. Prince Philips car ended up on the side of the ditch, after he crashed into another car. Two people were more easily injured - one of them Emma Fairweather , as broke the wrist .

Both the 97-year-old and the driver of the other car gave routine blåsetest with alkometer after the accident. Both tests were negative, the enlightened police.

Difficult conditions

In the end of January, went the prince out with an open letter to the above Fairweather, and went on strongly for the incident that had occurred, according to Sky News.

Police warn prince Philip after he drove without a seat belt

"I want you to know how sorry I am for my part of the accident on the Babingley-road. I have run across the crossing countless times and I know how great the traffic is there. It was the strong sun around three o'clock in the day, and the sun was getting low", it was, among other things, the letter from prince Philip.

"in other words, was the sun low over the main road. Under normal conditions I wouldn't have the problems with to see the traffic that came from Dersingham, and I'm very sorry for the consequences," he wrote further.

Prince Philip stressed at the same time that he was shaken by the accident, but relieved that no one was seriously injured.

"When a large crowd of people gathered on the spot, I was advised to return to Sandringham by a local police officer. I have since the accident got to know that you have a broken arm. I am very sorry for the damage", wrote the prince, and added that he wanted the woman good improvement. the

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