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Schumacher in 'critical condition' after skiing accident

Michael Schumacher is in a "critical condition" following a skiing accident in the French Alps resort of Meribel. The 44-year-old was thought to have sustained a minor knock to the head, but his condition has worsened in the last few hours after he was transferred from Moutiers hospital to a much larger facility in Grenoble. Whilst he was conscious throughout, the German is now in a coma according to his management. It's unclear whether he has fallen into the coma, or it has been induced by his doctor. His management has remained relatively silent, but in the last hour confirmed he was in a "critical condition, has a head trauma and is in a coma, and requires immediate...
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