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In Grenoble, the wait for news of the condition of former F1 driver Michael Schumacher has become an intense media scrum, with more and more journalists arriving every day, hungry for any information. According to the latest news schumacher's ...

[[SUR-TITLE]][[TITLE]]schumacher[[INTRO]]In Grenoble, the wait for news of the condition of former F1 driver Michael Schumacher has become an intense media scrum, with more and more journalists arriving every day, hungry for any information. According to the latest news schumacher's condition is unchanged and thats good news. But the media presence can be an irritation for visitors and neighbours Clovis Casali has more[[AUTHOR]]clovis casali.........................Since Michael Schumacher's ski accident on sunday..Sabine Kehm has had to face dozens of journalists and fans everyday...All want to know the latest on the condition of the former formula 1 champion..Kehm joined schumacher's inner circle during his sporting carreer...She's used to dealing with the press..but has been shocked by recent attempts by some to obtain information..sot kehm a man tried to come into, close to Michael pretending he was a priest. I would not want to go into further details of what exactly the security measures are and what exactly we have done with the security. This man has been seen by the security and has been brought out to my knowledge. - we do have constant attempts from media, people to come close."Doctors at Grenoble's hospital say Schumacher's still in critical condition, in a medically induced coma and on life support systems.On wednesday there were no significant changes and Kehm said this came as good news.Meanwhile, some locals feels the media frenzy needs to stop.voxpop I think there's too much of a difference with ordinary people. We dont talk as much about a child or someone who has suffered the same accident or something similar."SONORE 4 - VOX POP (femme, en francais, 15 sec): I guess that's what journalists do. their job is to inform. And here the public, the entire world wants to know."The surgeons who operated on the german champion twice in past days refused to speculate as to whether he will survive or what kind of lasting brain damage he could suffer..Doctors believe it could take weeks or months before reliable judgements can be made..Schumacher's wife , his two children and his father are by his side in hospital.The press has agreed not to film their rooms.
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