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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Corrina Schumacher ... steadfast ... Schumis' sell Norwegian home

Accidents are unfortunate and sometimes the path to recovery  drain people of their wealth ~ sad to read – also appreciations are due to the wife who is taking special care.  Life turned turtle on that fateful day for the champion driver. 

Michael  Schumacher was holidaying with family and friends in Meribel, France when the accident happened in December 2013.  Schumacher, a very competent skier, was holidaying in  France, where he owns a chalet.  He was skiing with his 14-year-old son on a red piste, which is classed for intermediate skiers. But shortly after 11am, he left the piste and skied on to an off-piste area located in between the red run and a blue run, for beginners to intermediates.  It was here that he struck a partially-covered rock. He was not skiing fast but he lost control and catapulted 34 feet on to another rock. He smashed his head on the bolder. The force of the collision shattered his helmet. The footage recorded on a camera attached to his helmet was undamaged.

He underwent brain surgery at a Grenoble clinic in France and was then put in a medically induced coma. In April, his health condition improved. Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm said at the time that the athlete began to stay conscious for longer periods of time, he could hear voices and react to touch.   254 days since smashing his head on to rocks in a freak ski accident in the Swiss Alp, he made it home making his wife Corinna, 45, and children Mick, 15, and Gina-Maria, 17, ecstatic.  More than the medicine and treatment, it was  faith and optimism too  .......  Corrina has steadfastly stood by Schumacher and is quoted to be  happy at the progress he has made so far and optimistic that much more can be achieved.

In between there were reports of his medical records being leaked and a man described as manager at Swiss helicopter company Rega was arrested for violating patient privacy and medical secrecy and shortly that man was found hanging in police cell.  The 45-year-old German was taken by ambulance but Rega was also contacted when helicopter transport was being considered.

The  inquiry Prosecutor closed the case stating that any criminal wrongdoing had been ruled out. He cleared the ski resort, stating that the piste had been marked correctly and that Schumacher 'deliberately' left the ski run.

Prayers can move mountains; the woman Corinna Schumacher  wife of Michael Schumacher,  hailed a heroine after she was pictured smiling and joking during her first public appearance since her husband's catastrophic ski accident. Corinna has spent months by the bedside of her husband Michael, as he was kept in a medically induced coma. 

Last year came the reports that Corinna Schumacher had decided to sell the private jet once regularly used by them.  Now comes the news of Michael Schumacher selling  Norwegian mountain holiday home for £2million as he continues to recover from his horrific ski injuries.  The sale of the retreat, in Trysil, north of Oslo, comes after it was revealed last year that his family was planning to build a £10million 'hospital' room for the Formula One star at their home in Switzerland. The 46-year-old had owned the 6,940 sq ft lodge since the 1990s and used it as a base for family skiing trips.  The home, which features a spa, a cabin on nearby ski slopes and space for seven cars, has been sold to a foreign buyer for 22 million Norwegian kroner.

A few months back, a young boy who idolises Michael Schumacher was stunned when he got a letter from about the racing great's wife. Corinna Schumacher wrote to Aiden Gormley, nine, about how stricken Michael is a "fighter," who will "never give up" as he recovers from devastating ski crash injuries.

Hope that Schumacher recovers well
With regards – S. Sampathkumar
2nd Mar 2015.

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