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Witness says he inadvertently filmed Michael Schumacher's accident

Paris:  Formula One legend Michael Schumacher remained in critical condition on Sunday a week after his skiing accident in the French Alps, which a German eyewitness said he inadvertently caught on his smartphone.Investigators are focusing on the retired racer's speed when he fell and slammed his head on a rock on a small off-piste section of the Meribel ski resort, prompting his evacuation by helicopter to the Alpine city of Grenoble.They are hoping that a helmet-mounted camera Schumacher was wearing will provide some clues, as will footage by a 35-year-old German steward who says he was filming his girlfriend on the slopes when by chance he captured the moment when the driver...
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