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Michael Schumacher health updates from Philippe Streiff: Champion is paralysed, has speech and memory problems
Former F1 driver Philippe Streiff visited Schumacher recently. He has revealed that Michael Schumacher is paralysed, wheelchair bound and unable to speak.
A person arrested by the Swiss police for his suspected involvement in the theft of Michael Schumacher’s medical records was found hanging in his cell at the Zurich detention facility.
The news is confirmed. In a statement by Sabine Kehm, the official spokesperson for Michael Schumacher, said that Michael Schumacher has left the hospital as he is no longer in coma.
Michael Schumacher who suffered a skiing accident in the French Alps on December 29, 2013 was put into a medically induced coma after two emergency brain surgeries, to reduce swelling caused by severe brain trauma. A recent report on the condition of Schumacher, who turned 45 earlier this month, is that doctors have started to lower his sedation levels so as to wake him up from this artificial coma.
Earlier in the month in Brazil, competitors in Felipe Massa’s “Desafio Internacional des Estrelas” karting event held a moment of silence and prayed for Schumi who remains in medically induced coma.
The Spa-Francorchamps Circuit Fan Facebook page has an event scheduled for 26th Jan, 2014. It reads as follows: