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Schumacher helmet camera 'examined'

Investigators in France are examining a camera which had been fixed to the ski helmet of injured Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher, media reports say. Authorities were hoping the device may reveal clues about the circumstances of his skiing accident in the French Alps, a source told the AFP news agency. Police also interviewed Schumacher's teenage son, who witnessed the crash. Fans earlier held a vigil outside the French hospital treating the F1 legend, to mark his 45th birthday. Ferrari supporters gathered at the clinic in the city of Grenoble and held a one-minute silence on Friday afternoon. Continue reading the main story Michael Schumacher Born: 3 January 1969 First GP win: Belgium...
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