Schumacher stable, not critical - Kehm

Some good news from the Schumacher recovery.

For the first time since his skiing accident on Dec. 29 in France, Michael Schumacher’s manager Sabine Khem did not have to use the word “critical” to describe the seven-times World Champion’s condition.

Yesterday, Kehm updated “Schumi’s” condition in an email to the Associated Press, which states that he remains in an induced coma, and is still in stable condition.

Ferrari fans show support for Michael Schumacher in front of the Grenoble University Hospital following his ski accident
Ferrari fans show support for Michael Schumacher in front of the Grenoble University Hospital following his ski accident

Photo by: Ferrari Media Center

“Michael’s family is very happy and confident with the work of the team of doctors treating Michael, and they trust them completely. Michael’s condition is still considered as stable,” Kehm said to the Associated Press.

There has been no official update on his condition from medical professionals since Jan. 6, when they listed him as in critical condition.

Kehm asked the media to regard any information being released that does not come straight from the doctors treating Schumacher in France as speculation.

Motorsport.com will have any more new information on Schumacher’s condition when it is released.

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Series FORMULA 1
Drivers Michael Schumacher
Teams Ferrari
Article type Breaking news
Tags accident, austrian, brain injury, champion, corinna schumacher, ferrari, france, french alps, german, hospital, meribel, michael schumacher, sabine kehm, skiing