The Duke of Edinburgh was pulling out of a driveway in his Range Rover when his vehicle collided with another auto, and though the 97-year-old was reportedly unharmed, onlookers claim they saw his vehicle overturn in the collision.
The inside of the auto shows two airbags - one in the front and one in the rear - inflated after being set off from the impact of the crash.
Eyewitnesses who helped the duke out of his vehicle said he was conscious "but very, very shocked and shaken".
The female driver and female passenger in the other vehicle were treated in hospital, the force said.
"The Duke was not injured", it added in a statement. The accident took place close to the Sandringham estate.
"Norfolk Police say the other auto involved in the #Philip crash was a Kia", royal correspondent Rebecca English tweeted.
Warne added, "He was obviously shaken and then he went and asked if everyone else [in the other car] was alright".
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Prince Philip's driving days don't appear to be numbered just yet after a replacement Land Rover was delivered to him today - less than 24 hours after his horror smash.
"If driving restrictions based on age and safety were introduced, we would be more likely to restrict young drivers rather than older drivers", he said.
The driver of the Kia is understood to have suffered minor cuts, while the passenger sustained an arm injury.
The police also issued a breathalyser to all involved, which "provided negative readings".
The Duke of Edinburgh is known for driving around Sandringham Estate. "The other vehicle was well into the hedge on the opposite side of the road".
While there is no legal limit on driving ages in the United Kingdom, motorists have to renew their licence at least 90 days before reaching the age of 70, and then every three years after that.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman confirmed the duke was driving when the accident happened.
"You may feel anxious about the costs of giving up driving and having to pay for public transport, but if you add up the amount you spend on vehicle tax, insurance, fuel and maintenance you may find that using alternatives work out to be less expensive than running a auto".
After all, Prince Philip manned the wheel when escorting former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama around Windsor when they visited back in 2016.