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Michael Schumacher in 'coma', condition 'Critical' after Ski accident

Seven-time Formula 1 World Champion, Michael Schumacher met with an accident during skiing in the French Alps mountains on Sunday, 29th Dec 2013. The ski accident caused severe injuries to his head causing him to go into coma and at present his condition remains 'critical', as quoted by the hospital administration. Schumacher was "suffering a serious brain trauma with coma on his arrival, which required an immediate neurosurgical operation", the hospital in the southeast French city of Grenoble said in a statement.

The 44-year old German was airlifted to a local hospital and then to the Grenoble facility. A renowned neurosurgeon  Dr.Gerard Saillant , from Paris, was brought to the Grenoble hospital to treat Schumacher.
Christophe Gernigon-Lecomte, the director of the Meribel resort, said just after the accident that Schumacher was wearing a helmet and was conscious but a little agitated just after the accident.

But when Schumacher then fell into coma, doctors realised the damage was worse than initially feared.
Schumacher was suffering "severe cranial trauma" said the two mountain police officers who gave first aid when they got to him.

Schumacher was on a private stay in Meribel, according to his spokeswoman. Schumacher's 45th birthday is due next Friday.

We at MotorZest wish our beloved Champion to win over this life-threatening accident, as he always did in Formula 1

Get Well Soon...SCHUMI !!!

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