Investigators find no one at fault in Schumacher ski accident
A month and a half since the incident took place, prosecutor Patrick Quincy and his team have now reportedly concluded their investigation, determining that no one was at fault. According to Bloomberg, the team – which carries out around 50 such investigations into serious skiing accidents each year – has concluded that the ski resort had properly marked the slopes in accordance with French laws, further noting that the skis Schumacher had rented were not at fault, either.
Schumacher remains in the hospital as doctors gradually remove the impediments that induced him into a coma following several surgical procedures to relieve swelling inside his skull. Information regarding his recovery remains scarce as the Schumacher family and his management have kept details private.
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