Exactly three years ago, December 29, 2013, a tragic incident occurred, divided his life sevenfold world champion of Formula 1 Michael Schumacher on before and after.
The German retired in the race a year earlier, together with his son Mick riding on the ski resort of Meribel in the French Alps. The incident occurred around 11 am in the fall during downhill Michael hit his head on a rock. Despite the helmet, he received a severe traumatic brain injury.
Helicopter Schumacher was taken to Grenoble hospital, where he was urgently operated.
“We had to have emergency surgery to reduce intracranial pressure, – it was said at the press conference of physicians. – His condition is critical but stable. While we cannot predict future developments.
Now we can say that Michael is fighting for his life. If during the ski slope, he was without a helmet, now it definitely would not be here.”
The next six months, Schumacher has been in a coma, after which he was transferred to a clinic in Lausanne, Switzerland, and at the end of the summer returned home to his Villa in Gland near lake Geneva.
Unfortunately, no official information about the state of Schumacher in the last year and a half has been received, and all the rumors and speculation was immediately denied by the press attache of the German, Sabine kehm, each time declaring the need to respect the private life of the family of Michael.
The Sabine kehm: Schumacher has not disappeared
The only exception was the statement of lawyer of the Schumachers with the filing of a lawsuit against the German magazine Bunte published an article stating that Michael supposedly can walk again.
“He can’t walk,” he said, adding that Michael could not stand on their own, without the help of doctors.
Recently in social networks – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – the official account of Schumacher, which consisted of photos taken during the career of the German in Formula 1. A week and a half ago the family of Michael have launched the nonprofit project “Keep Fighting”.
Next week, January 3, Schumacher’s 48th birthday. Keep fighting, Michael.
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