Woolwich's Royal Artillery Barracks Hold Gun Salute Following Death of Prince Philip

Gun salutes were held across the United Kingdom on Saturday, April 10, to mark the death of Prince Philip the previous day.

Batteries fired 41 rounds every minute from midday in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, as well as Royal Navy warships, the Evening Standard reported.

Video shared by Martin Hatch shows artillery batteries preparing for their salute before firing rounds at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, London. Credit: Martin Hatch via Storyful

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[HORSES HOOVES CLICKING]

[BABY COOING]

- You see at the front [INAUDIBLE]

- [INAUDIBLE]

[GUNS FIRE]

- --say now.

- I don't.

- [INAUDIBLE]