Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is reportedly out of his six-month-long
coma after suffering serious head injuries in a skiing accident in December
2013. Though reports confirmed that Schumacher has left Grenoble’s University
Hospital in France, it is really not clear whether he is really back on the
path of recovery.
Schumacher’s official website continues to carry an old message in which his
manager Sabine Kehm has stated on behalf
of his family that, “We are deeply touched by all the messages to get well soon
for Michael which still are being sent from all over the world. This incredible
support gives us and him strength. Thank you all so much! We all know, Michael
is a fighter and will not give up!”
however, confirmed that Schumacher has been shifted out of the hospital to a
destination away from public glare, where he would undergo a long
rehabilitation programme. Even though the latest news is positive in nature, it
is very unlikely that a person who suffered very grievous head injuries
recovers completely. In a statement issued on behalf of his family,
Schumacher’s family thanked all doctors, nurses and therapists at the hospital
for treating Michael Schumacher.
A year after
his retirement Michael Schumacher had hit his head on a rock during a ski trip
with his family by accident, Schumacher was placed in an induced coma after the
accident. The German’s medical team began reducing his sedation at the end of
File photo of Michael Schumacher: Pic courtesy Daimler
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