Schumacher in Critical Condition After Skiing Accident

A picture taken on January, 17, 2003 shows Formula One World champion Michael Schumacher holding his skis before a giant salom race in Madonna di Campiglio (AFP Photo)

A picture taken on January, 17, 2003 shows Formula One World champion Michael Schumacher holding his skis before a giant salom race in Madonna di Campiglio (AFP Photo)

Seven times Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition following an accident as he was skiing on the French Alps. Doctors said that he is in coma and is suffering a serious brain trauma, which required an immediate neurosurgical operation after undergoing a brain surgery.

Michael Schumacher was skiing on the French Alps with his friends and son when he fell and his head hit a rock. He was airlifted to a local hospital before he was taken to a hospital in the southeastern French city of Grenoble an hour later. A surgeon and brain specialist from Paris was rushed in to oversee his treatment.

Brazilian formula 1 driver, Felipe Massa, tweeted for Schumacher, “I am praying for God to protect you my brother!! I wish you a speedy recovery Michael.”

Read more: Schumacher in coma, ‘critical’ after France ski accident

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