Schumacher in 'Stable' Condition, Manager Says
Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher remains in stable condition after last week’s skiing accident, according to his manager.
Sabine Kehm said Wednesday that Schumacher had been carefully supervised overnight.
"His condition remains stable overnight and this morning," she said.
"This is the good news -- however I don't want to go into any further prospects because it's much too early, as the doctors said yesterday," she added, as cited by CNN.
Kehm revealed that doctors treating Schumacher at the University Hospital Center of Grenoble will not give a news conference unless there is a significant change in his condition.
"We are still in a critical situation," she said.
Schumacher remains in an artificially induced coma.
The most successful F1 driver in history suffered critical head injuries when he fell and struck a rock while skiing Sunday morning during a family vacation at Meribel on Sunday.
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