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Michael Schumacher sued over pre-coma road accident in Spain

Madrid:  Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is being sued for causing a traffic accident in Spain last November.Schumacher, who is in a coma after suffering head injuries in a skiing accident on December 29 last year at the French resort of Meribel, is facing charges in connection with a collision with a motorcyclist which took place in the town of Bormujos, close to Seville on November 17 last year, reports Xinhua.The seven-time Formula One world champion is accused of not respecting right of way at a roundabout, knocking the motorcyclist, Francisco M.A. off his bike and causing him to break his wrist as well as damaging his motorbike.Schumacher, who was on a private visit to...
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