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Schumacher remains in critical condition
(SportsNetwork.com) – Formula One legend Michael Schumacher remains in
critical condition in a French hospital on Monday after undergoing brain
surgery following a skiing accident on Sunday.
According to the official Formula One website, Schumacher was expected to
remain in a medically-induced coma.
“We can say he is fighting for his life,” the website quoted the medical team
as saying on Monday. “We judge him to be in a very serious situation. We
cannot tell what the outcome will be yet.”
Schumacher hit his head after a fall while on a family ski trip in the French
Alps. He was wearing a helmet, which the doctors said likely saved his life.
The 44-year-old Schumacher, who retired from Formula One racing at the
conclusion of the 2012 season, was taken by helicopter to a hospital in
Moutiers and then moved to Grenoble.
A statement issued by the University Hospital in Grenoble says Schumacher
suffered “a severe head injury with coma on arrival, which required
neurosurgical intervention immediately,” this according to the F1 website.