PUBLISHED: 07:47 19 January 2019 Peter Walsh Prince Philip's, the Duke of Edinburgh, car being made ready for recovery after he was involved in a road traffic accident on the A149 at Babingley, near King�s Lynn. Photo: Chris Bishop Archant The Duke of Edinburgh has visited a Norfolk hospital for a precautionary check up following a crash in the county on Thursday (January 17). The Duke of Edinburgh's car after it was involved in a collision at Babingley, near King's Lynn, this afternoon Picture: Chris BishopPrince Philip’s Land Rover ended up on its side in the crash with another car, a Kia, which happened at Babingley on the Sandringham Estate.Eyewitnesses pulled the shaken and shocked Duke, 97, from the crash before he was breathalysed by police as a standard procedure.The Duke returned to Sandringham where he was checked over by a doctor.The driver of the Kia, a 28-year-old woman, suffered cuts to her knee – while the passenger, a … [Read more...] about Prince Philip given ‘precautionary’ check up in hospital following Norfolk crash
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By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 18, 2019 at 3:17 pm | UPDATED: January 18, 2019 at 3:25 pm No one was seriously hurt in a car wreck near Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham estate Thursday, including 97-year-old Prince Philip, who was driving his SUV, and a 9-month-old baby boy and two women who were riding in another car. The accident remains under investigation to determine why Philip’s Land Rover SUV went “careening, tumbling across the road,” according to a witness. Prince Philip's car crash prompts questions about why the 97-year-old was driving https://t.co/gxXzXX1PY5 pic.twitter.com/2dTJtzffwR — CBS News (@CBSNews) January 18, 2019 But questions have arisen over whether the Duke of Edinburgh should continue to drive, and if the queen and other royal family members will think it’s time for him to tell him to hand over the keys to a chauffeur or valet. “Now questions will inevitably be … [Read more...] about After Prince Philip’s car crash, royals face tough question: Should he still drive?
Danica Kirka and Gregory Katz, Associated Press Updated 9:48 am CST, Friday, January 18, 2019 FILE - In this Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016 file photo, Britain's Prince Philip waves to the public as he leaves after attending a Christmas day church service in Sandringham, England. Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip the husband of Queen Elizabeth II had been in a traffic accident and is not injured. The palace said the accident happened Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 afternoon near the queen’s country residence in Sandringham in eastern England. less FILE - In this Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016 file photo, Britain's Prince Philip waves to the public as he leaves after attending a Christmas day church service in Sandringham, England. Buckingham Palace says Prince ... more Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth, AP Photo: Kirsty … [Read more...] about Britain’s Prince Philip, 97, recovers after Land Rover crash
PUBLISHED: 15:32 17 January 2019 Jessica Hill The Philips Avent factory in Glemsford. Picture: Phil Morley A factory that employs around 500 people in Suffolk is to close down, with Brexit blamed as one of the deciding factors. Philips Avent in Glemsford. Picture: Phil MorleyPhilips Avent will move the majority of the operations from its factory in Glemsford to Philips’ existing innovation and manufacturing site in Drachten, the Netherlands.Staff who turned up for their morning shifts were told the bad news today. A worker there that staff had been told that a “full site shutdown” will happen next year, but that the “staff consolidation” will start next month. Staff were told that Brexit was blamed, but wasn’t the only reason for the decision.The Dutch electronics giant Philips had warned last summer that it could move its production out of Britain in case of “hard Brexit”, when Philips spokesman Steve Klink … [Read more...] about Philips Avent factory in Suffolk will close down after Brexit
Dan Joling/Associated Press A car is trapped on a collapsed section of the offramp off of Minnesota Drive in Anchorage on Friday. In this image courtesy of Dr. Holy A. Bell, books and ceiling tiles litter the floor at the The Mat-Su College library in Anchorage, Alaska, on November 30, 2018, after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. - The powerful earthquake caused damage to homes and businesses and triggering a tsunami warning. The earthquake was located about eight miles (13 kilometers) north of Anchorage and struck at 8:29 am local time (1729 GMT), the US Geological Survey said. (Photo by Holly A. Bell / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT « AFP PHOTO / Dr. Holly A. Bell » - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSHOLLY A. BELL/AFP/Getty Images Sound The gallery will resume inseconds In this image courtesy of Dr. Holy A. Bell, books and ceiling tiles litter the floor at the The Mat-Su College library in Anchorage, … [Read more...] about Tsunami warning cancelled following Alaska quakes