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Sandringham, England - 18 January 2019
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1. Wide of debris at the scene of a crash involving British Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Warne, the man who helped Prince Philip get out from his crashed car:
"There was an elderly gentleman in there, otherwise known as the Duke of Edinburgh, and I helped him to get out of the car."
3. Low angle of debris at crash site
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Warne, the man who helped Prince Philip get out from his crashed car:
"My main concern was the other car because it was... there was a lot of smoke around it and I thought the tank may go up or something."
5. Mid of debris at crash site
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Warne, the man who helped Prince Philip get out from his crashed car:
"I helped him move his legs which were a bit trapped, a bit crushed, and then I saw his face and I realized who he was."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Warne, the man who helped Prince Philip get out from his crashed car:
"He (Prince Philip)... I told him to move one of his legs and that freed room for the other leg and then I put my hands under his arms and helped ease him out backwards. And then I saw his face."
8. Low angle shot of debris at crash site
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Roy Warne, the man who helped Prince Philip get out from his crashed car:
"He (Prince Philip) didn't seem to be in pain and I think he wasn't particularly concerned, but obviously very shocked in circumstance. It was a horrendous accident and it's just amazing that people weren't seriously injured."
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London, England - 2 August 2017
10. FILE: Still of Prince Philip at parade at Buckingham Palace
A witness has described how he helped Queen Elizabeth II's husband out of his car after it rolled over in an accident on a busy road known for safety issues in eastern England.
Motorist Roy Warne told British broadcaster ITN on Friday that he helped Prince Philip out of his Land Rover through either the sunroof or the windscreen after it came to rest on its side in Thursday's accident.
Asked if the prince was trapped, Warne said he was and that he helped him to free his legs and get out.
The 97-year-old prince was checked by a doctor after the accident and determined to be fine.
The palace said the two-car accident happened Thursday afternoon near Sandringham Estate, the queen's country retreat in eastern England.
The Norfolk Constabulary said officers responded to a reported collision and two people in one of the vehicles were treated for minor injuries.
By coincidence, authorities in the area had planned to consider lowering the speed limit in the area on Friday.
Philip has largely retired from the royal family's public duties.
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