Overseas Network January 21 - The news of the accident of the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Philip continues to be the focus of British media. Recently, some people found that the wreckage left at the scene of Prince Philips car accident was put up for auction online.
According to the Daily Mail, the wreckage came from a Land Rover driven by Prince Philip and the current bidding price has reached 46 pounds (about 402 yuan). According to the website, the debris was recovered from the scene of the Sandringham accident.
These things were not stolen. They were left on the roadside for a long time, the auctioneer said. I was surprised that no one cleaned them up that day.
Debris at the scene of the accident (Fig. Daily Mail)
Its interesting, the auctioneer also revealed, because all the proceeds will be donated to charities, 100% of the money from the auction will be used for cancer research.
Prince Philip (source: CNN)
On January 17, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philips Land Rover collided with a car. The prince was conscious and did not detect any injuries, but Emma Ferveser, a woman in another car, broke her wrist.
Less than 48 hours after the accident, Prince Philip was caught driving without a seat belt by the media, and was later warned by the police.
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Li Hang_BJS4645