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Schumi investigation 'progressing well'

The French investigators handling the inquiry into the causes of Michael Schumacher's skiing accident believes the inquest is 'progressing well' after examining the film from the helmet camera the German racing legend wore at the time. Speaking at a press conference in Albertville on Wednesday, Chief Prosecutor Patrick Quincy added that Schumacher tried to reduce his speed ahead of the crash, but that the footage provided little information as to how fast he was actually going. "[The press conference is] in order for false information not to be distributed," Quincy noted. "With regard to the inquiry itself, it's progressing well. "We've had a number of hearings...
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