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Authorities to find Schumacher fall just an accident

Authorities appear likely to rule that Michael Schumacher's skiing injuries were caused simply by an unfortunate accident. There has been speculation the seven time world champion's skis failed, that he was travelling too fast, or that the 'off-piste' section at the Meribel ski resort was poorly marked. First, chief Albertville prosecutor Patrick Quincy ruled out equipment failure or excessive speed, saying the former Mercedes and Ferrari driver was travelling at a "reasonable" speed for a "very good" skier. And "I have come to the conclusion that he made a conscious decision to leave the piste", Quincy said in a news conference on Wednesdsay, according to...
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