Sovereign Philip has been engaged with a pile up at the beginning of today (NZT).
The Duke of Edinburgh, 97, was not harmed in the crash, which occurred near the Sandringham Estate, Buckingham Palace cofirmed.
Police are going to the scene, a royal residence representative said.
Pictures allegedly taken at the scene demonstrate a Land Rover, similar to the one Prince Philip normally drives, having flipped on its side after an accident with a dark people mover.
It isn’t known whether the Duke of Edinburgh was in the driver’s seat at the time in spite of the fact that he is known to drive a Land Rover.
Officers made the territory safe, while a rescue vehicle team helped two individuals with minor wounds.
A police representative stated: “We were called to the scene at around 3pm to reports of a two vehicle crash.
“The street isn’t blocked. Recuperation has been called and we are at the scene sitting tight for them to arrive.”
A Buckingham Palace proclamation stated: “The Duke of Edinburgh was associated with a street auto collision with another vehicle this evening.
“The Duke was not harmed. The mishap occurred near the Sandringham Estate. Neighborhood police went to the scene.”
Ruler Philip, who experienced hip medical procedure in mid 2018, was imagined getting a charge out of a performance turn around Balmoral as of late as September a year ago.
Presently authoritatively resigned from open obligation, the ruler was last spotted going to chapel with the Queen and more distant family on August nineteenth.
The Queen and the ruler have been at Sandringham for a few days and went to chapel on Sunday.
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