Published: February 18, 2014
Schumacher-Unfall, The investigation by the Public Prosecutor for the skiing accident of Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher have been set. There was no evidence of foul play, the French competent prosecutor’s office said on Monday.
The signs and marking of the runway were “in accordance with French regulations,” said prosecutor Patrick Quincy. The rock on the Michael Schumacher crashed at first, and the second rock on which he hit his head, were according to prosecutors in Albertville 10.40 feet apart. These rocks are in turn away 4.50 meters from the runway edge.
In early January the French had told investigators, according to preliminary findings that Schumacher himself was probably not driving too fast and had “intentionally” leave the marked pistes. The borrowed skis from Schumacher were “in perfect condition”.
Prosecutors said in their statement further that Schumacher met so unhappy with his skis on a rock, that it was exactly 10.40 meters through the air and through the deep snow. For only after this distance struck the 45-year-old with his head on another rock, on which his helmet was broken into several parts.
Notwithstanding the findings of the prosecutor, the family of 45-year-old Formula 1 world champion could sue in civil proceedings against possible, in their view, co-responsible for the accident.
Fluctuations in the growth process
Schumacher, meanwhile, continue to slowly brought despite fluctuations in the wakeup from the artificial coma, reports the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
“As usual in such cases does not run every day is different,” said on Thursday the manager of the Formula 1 world champion in a detailed written statement.
Manager Sabine Kehm further: “As has already been assured from the beginning, we will continue to announce significant news in health Michaels. We are aware of this is that the recovery period can be long. “The manager of the German record world champion is still not confirmed a report in the” Bild “newspaper, therefore at Schumacher in the last week of pneumonia was found.
PR coup for “Titanic”
Meanwhile, Austria’s former Formula 1 driver Niki Lauda expressed outrage over the cover of the satirical magazine “Titanic”, which shows him as Michael Schumacher: “Who so please print a bullshit”.
Recovery after a traumatic brain injury
More than 20,000 Austrians suffer head injuries each year, many of them also have serious lesions with highly uncertain prognosis as now Michael Schumacher. Strikingly often, however, the brain shows an uncanny ability to restart.