Doctors assembled this morning to release a statement and update the world on Michael's condition:
'On his arrival we examined him clinically and realised he was in a serious conditions, in a coma with in fact cranial pressure,' Professor Stephan Chabardes said.
'The brain scan showed a number of pieces of information: some inter-cranial haematoma, but also some cerebral contusions and edema.
'We operated urgently to try and eliminate the haematoma and after the operation, we saw that we were able to eliminate these haematoma. But also, sadly, the appearance of various bilateral lesions, so he was taken to intensive care to try to help him.'
Doctors say that they are working hour-by-hour...
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