Mother of Two (46) Suffers Broken Wrist in Car Crash Caused By Prince Philip, Says He Hasn’t Apologized or Expressed Sympathy
Emma fair-weather considered herself lucky to be alive last Thursday on the 17th of January when she came close to incurring severe physical damage from an accident in Sandringham, England when a car crashed into her breaking her wrist. Besides that being an important part of the incident in which she escaped with her life, what’s interesting to note is the identity of the driver which turned out to be no less than Prince Philip himself, Queen Elizabeth’s Husband. To make matters worse, the Prince was driving without a seatbelt and didn’t even bother to apologize for his actions, talk about pompous royalty. Right now it is unknown if Emma is in talks with an Accident Lawyer about the crash, but considering who was involved there is no doubt it will be a complicated case.
1Lucky to be alive
‘I’m lucky to be alive’ Said Emma 45 and a mom of two who survived the car crash with a broken wrist. Often in events where an injury has been sustained in an automotive accident, knowing how to calculate pain and suffering in a car accident can help to understand what sort of compensation you might expect to receive should the case go to court. Speaking to reports, she said that Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh was yet to even apologize for the incident. He has been pictured behind the wheel moments before the accident. Emma was in another car that was involved in the collision and just could not stop screaming she recalled. The accident occurred near the Royal’s Sandringham in Norfolk estate last Thursday.
2They were concerned about the baby
Emma Fairweather was in a Kia driven by her 28-year-old friend. Her friend also had her 9-month-old baby who had been placed in the backseat. Emma recalled that she screamed because she was concerned about the baby and how to get the child out of the car. She said that they could see the Prince’s Landover approaching almost 150 yards away from the junction.
3The Landover didn’t seem to be stopping
Emma says while they were doing 50mph at a 60mph speed level, the Landover didn’t seem to stop. It just carried on coming and the Prince didn’t stop. She says ‘As we approached I could make out that it was an elderly driver. My friend was braking and seemed so in control but I was terrified. For Emma, it seemed as if the event was unfolding in slow motion as she watched the other car.
4She felt it was like a lifetime
She said it happened only in a matter of seconds, but it felt to her like a lifetime and at the time, she had no inkling that it was the Prince. All she could make out was that it was an elderly driver. She didn’t even realize that her side of the car suffered the brunt of the crash and the impact. Neither did she realize that she had broken her wrist but she was immobile in the car.