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To be fair he should consider giving up driving as it’s the second car crash he’s been involved in...the previous one being in 1997...

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I heard there was a third vehicle involved, a Fiat Punto, but it hasn't yet been traced.

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8 hours ago, Banana said:

Hmmm almost seems as if something is being hidden from the public

 

Funny how they confirmed the breathalyser thing quickly, they would lie anyway even if prince philip was drunk.

 

Something doesn't add up not healthy enough to attend christmas mass 2 and a half weeks ago but healthy enough now to drive?

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2 hours ago, the_engineer said:

 

Funny how they confirmed the breathalyser thing quickly, they would lie anyway even if prince philip was drunk.

 

Something doesn't add up not healthy enough to attend christmas mass 2 and and half weeks ago but healthy enough now to drive?

 

Have you considered that after 70 years of having to go to Church on Christmas Day maybe he just couldn’t be arsed?

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2 hours ago, Windsor said:

 

Have you considered that after 70 years of having to go to Church on Christmas Day maybe he just couldn’t be arsed?

 

blasphemy! :o and from a windsor aswell.

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6 hours ago, the_engineer said:

 

Funny how they confirmed the breathalyser thing quickly, they would lie anyway even if prince philip was drunk.

 

Something doesn't add up not healthy enough to attend christmas mass 2 and a half weeks ago but healthy enough now to drive?

He was perfectly healthy, just didn't feel like going to church!  They said that both drivers got "negative readings" on the breathalyzer test!

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will the Queen visit the injured survivors?

 

"We're sorry. He should have had a driver, no question..."

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Just curious- does negative readings mean that they were not drinking???

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Okay, so he was not drinking. But what about recreational drugs? Did they test him for those?

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What kind of road was he driving on, a public road or a private/semi-private road? 

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28 minutes ago, John Key said:

What kind of road was he driving on, a public road or a private/semi-private road? 

It was his wife's.....................  The Queen's Highway!

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It reads like he was 'T-boned' when emerging from the junction but I've seen nothing about any injuries to anyone in the passenger seat.

There is also nothing being said about who was at fault so I take it that HRH will get away with emerging from a side road when not safe to do so.

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Seems that he was trying to be the first Death List hit of 2019, but has possibly failed this time. Hopefully he has the keys to other vehicles in the Royal motor pool and can soon try again. :old:

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13 hours ago, the_engineer said:

 

Funny how they confirmed the breathalyser thing quickly, they would lie anyway even if prince philip was drunk.

 

Something doesn't add up not healthy enough to attend christmas mass 2 and a half weeks ago but healthy enough now to drive?

They actually didn't say he was not well enough to go to mass - just that he didn't want to attend but that he was fine.

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Headline: "Two women and baby fortunately uninjured but very shocked as they smash at high speed into the side of large 4x4 driven by nonagenarian which pulls out of a private drive apparently failing to see them". 

 

Ring ring, ring ring. "Hello copy desk? Editor here, proprietors been on the phone, that 97 year old is Prince Phillip, fix it."

 

Hurriedly Revised Headline: "Prince Phillip uninjured in overturned car crash, some other people involved, possibly"

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So more discrepancies. He was uninjured according to an offical statement but was bleeding according to the guy who helped him out? Weird why lie they could of just said he had some cuts and bruises.

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5 minutes ago, the_engineer said:

So more discrepancies. He was uninjured according to an offical statement but was bleeding according to the guy who helped him out? Weird why lie they could of just said he had some cuts and bruises.

He is deffo at the QE hospital being checked over.

Edit. If you have ever had a seatbelt go off in a shunt the fucker pulls you into your seat with such force you will be heavily bruised across your chest, let alone sustain other injuries. Bad enough that happening at 27 but 97?? He will know all about it!

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Bet he was on the phone secretly plotting something or other.

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32 minutes ago, The Old Crem said:

 

Like I said 6 hrs ago.

I didn't know a CT scan was a 'precautionary check up' mind you.

You learn something every day...…….

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