Published: January 2, 2014
Santé Schumacher, The greatest champion in the history of Formula 1, Michael Schumacher, who has 45 years on Friday was still immersed in an artificial coma Thursday Grenoble, while the first questions emerge about the circumstances of the accident.
Four days after his serious fall ski in Meribel (Savoie), the German pilot was still hospitalized in intensive care at the University Hospital of Grenoble filter and no information on his health. Neither the hospital nor the Schumacher family have leaked information about the evolution of his health status to hundreds of journalists camping on parking Emergency.
The press secretary racer, Sabine Kehm, arrived at the hospital on Thursday around 9am. Wednesday morning, she said the driver status was stable but still critical. “This is good news,” said Mrs. Kehm, adding that there would be no news conference in the event of changes in the state of health of Mr. Schumacher.
Tuesday, his condition was considered weak by Prof. Jean-François Payen, Head of resuscitation CHU Grenoble. His colleague, Professor Emmanuel Gay, chief of neurosurgery, was tried for his part that the prognosis of the seven times world champion F1 remains committed.