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Berger: That's fate, nothing else

Gerhard Berger says one cannot suggest that Michael Schumacher was taking risks when he went skiing with his family two weeks ago. The seven-time World Champ remains in the Grenoble University Hospital where his condition is still believed to be stable but critical although there have been no updates from the family or doctors for a week. The police spoke to the media last Wednesday where they revealed that the inquiry is "progressing well" and that speed was not a factor in the crash. The accident is undoubtedly the worst Schumacher has ever endured despite having started 307 Formula One grands prix. "That's fate, nothing else," Berger told Auto Motor und Sport....
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