Did the design of Prince Philip's Freelander help him walk away from the crash uninjured?

The Duke's car rolled following the collision on the A149 Credit: Tia Greenstreet

The Land Rover Prince Philip was driving when he was involved in a crash close to The Queen's Sandringham Estate, was designed in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

When it was built in 2006, the Freelander 2 scored top marks in it's crash test for adult occupant safety.

Prince Philip walked away from yesterday's crash uninjured - did the design of his Freelander help?

Two women and a nine-month-old baby boy were in the other car.

Police confirmed the driver of the Kia car was a 28-year-old woman who suffered cuts to her knee and her 45-year-old female passenger sustained a broken wrist.

Both casualties were treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn and were discharged Thursday night.

A driver who pulled the Duke of Edinburgh from his crashed car has said it was an "astonishing escape" and the royal is a "very brave man."