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Correa ‘still processing' after leg surgery

Juan Manuel Correa has spoken publicly for the first time since his horrific Spa-Francorchamps F2 crash, saying he faces an 'uncertain' recovery given the extent of his leg injuries. Correa crashed into Anthoine Hubert on the second lap of the Formula 2 feature race at the Belgian Grand Prix. The 19-year-old suffered severe injuries, mainly to his right leg, while Hubert did not survive. A month after the accident, Correa was stable enough for surgeons to operate on his legs with the Ecuadorian deciding against amputation. A statement on social media read: ‘Doctors performed a combination of Orthopedic Flap and External Fixation Surgeries, and after 17 hours in the operating room,...
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