Todt: Schumacher still fighting for life but future remains uncertain
International Automobile Federation president Jean Todt has said that Michael Schumacher is still 'fighting for life' but his future remains uncertain, as doctors try to recover the Formula One legend from the medically induced coma.
Todt said that he sees Schumacher very often and he is still fighting, adding that they can only hope and pray that his condition would improve over the future.
According to News.com.au, Todt, while on the sidelines of World Touring Car Championship race in Marrakech, said that the Formula One ace's accident has been a tragedy for both Schumacher and his family.
However, Todt added that Schumacher is in very good hands with fantastic and dedicated doctors in the hospital in Grenoble taking care of him.
Doctors put Schumacher in a medically induced coma after he suffered severe injuries to the head on December 29 as he hit his head on a rock while skiing at the French resort of Meribel, the report added. (ANI)
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