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Corinna Schumacher: Please also leave our family in peace

Corinna Schumacher: Please also leave our family in peace 7 January, 2014 Corinna Schumacher arrives at the Grenoble Hospital Michael Schumacher's wife appealed to the media on Tuesday to leave the French hospital they have staked out since the German was critically injured in a skiing accident nine days ago and to let the doctors do their job. Corinna Schumacher also asked the media to leave her family in peace after German reports said on Monday there had been a slight improvement in the former driver's condition, hours after Grenoble hospital had issued a bulletin saying he was still stable but critical. 'Please support us in our joint struggle with Michael,' Corinna said in a...
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