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Prince William, Duchess Kate convoy injures an old woman

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News video: Will & Kate’s Convoy Collides With Elderly Woman

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A woman in her 80s is in a serious condition in hospital after an accident involving a police motorbike in the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s convoy. Prince William and Kate were on their way to Windsor for the St George's Chapel service commemorating the Order of the Garter. The woman was taken...

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