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Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel 'shocked' by Michael Schumacher accident

Cologne, Germany:  German Formula One quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel said on Monday he was shocked by the skiing accident that left his compatriot Michael Schumacher with a serious head injury."I am shocked and I hope that he'll be feeling better as soon as possible," Vettel, 26, told German sporting news agency SID, an AFP subsidiary."I wish his family much strength now."Schumacher, who turns 45 on Friday, remains in critical condition after neurosurgical surgery at a Grenoble hospital, following his skiing accident Sunday when he fell and hit a rock. For the latest Sports news, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and get the NDTV Cricket app...
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