Michael Schumacher’s condition is improving by the day; a new report suggests he is breathing without the help of a respirator. It has been a whole of nine weeks since the Formula One legend met with an accident and since then has been in a critical state.
Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm issued an official statement on Friday, with a word of warning that any unofficial information about Schumacher's condition is "not valid".
"Michael is out of danger," said Kehm, "But the condition is still serious and so it is difficult to say all the risks are gone.”
There are rumours that Schumacher's children have started going to school. And, in a touching gesture his close friends Jean Todt and Ross Brawn are alternating by his bedside and talking to him in English, as they did during their successful Ferrari days. The report said that they also played the pit radio conversations and F1 engine sounds to stimulate his memories. Schumacher is found grimacing and his arms moving as reported by the doctors.
We wish Schumacher a speedy recovery and hope he comes back in action soon.
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