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Footage rejects excessive speed caused Schumacher fall

In a breefing held by investigator's of Schumacher's ski fall it emerged that, despite earlier claims, excessive speed does not seem to have caused the German's fall that led to his skull fracture and coma. Because Schumacher had a camera fitted on his helmet while skiing, investigators have around 2 minutes of footage to investigate. Speaking at a press conference in the French city of Albertville, the investigaters, led by Mr Quincy revealed they have so far visited the location of the accident at Méribel, spoken to witnesses and members of the medical team that were involved in first aid after the fall. The team also said they have around 2 minutes of useable footage of the incident,...
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