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Michael Schumacher in a coma!

F1 champion fighting for life

30/12/2013 00:20 | Comments: 

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Schumacher suffered a serious head injury in a ski accident and is now fighting for his life.

The seven-time F-1 world champion is in critical condition after suffering a serious head injury from a skiing accident in the French Alps on Sunday morning. Official sources have confirmed that Michael Schumacher fell in a coma after being transported to the University Hospital Center of Grenoble.

Although Schumacher wore a helmet and was conscious upon arrival to the hospital, he was in shock and required immediate brain surgery.

Schumi, get well soon!  Gute Besserung, Schumi!

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