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Berger breaks arm in skiing accident

According to Austrian publication, Krone.at, former Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger has broken his arm in a skiing accident. Apparently the Austrian was skiing off-piste and fell braking his arm and requiring surgery at St. John's hospital. This comes on the heels of Michael Schumacher's tragic accident that has left the German in a coma since December 29th, 2013. Reports are that Berger is fine and has been released from hospital. You can read the full article here. At this point, I think I would avoid skiing if I were a Formula 1 driver..for the time being. Categories F1 News Tagged accidentarmF1Formula 1gerhard bergerkroneskiing
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