A view of the scene of car crash involving Prince Philip on A149 in Sandringham, Norfolk, Britain January 17, 2019 in this image obtained from a social media video on January 18, 2019. DYLAN BAILEY/via REUTERS
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Queen Elizabeth II's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip emerged "shocked and shaken" but unhurt from a car crash that rolled his Land Rover and stirred a wide debate in Britain Friday about old age and driving. A 9-month-old baby who was in the back seat of the other car, a Kia hatchback, was also uninjured, while one woman in the vehicle broke her wrist and the other cut her knee, local police said.Philip and the other driver were given breath tests, which is standard police procedure.Known as the Duke of Edinburgh in Britain, Philip is also famous for his love for speed.In Britain, licenses expire when a person turns 70 and have to be renewed through a simple self-assessment test every three years.
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