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Jules Bianchi relocated to France: Bianchi no longer in an artificial coma

Jules Bianchi moved to France
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H opening for all Bianchi fans. The Marussia driver who had a serious accident at the Japanese GP almost 7 weeks ago is no longer in an artificial coma. In a statement published on Wednesday (November 19, 2014), the pilot's family speaks of an 'important step' on the way back to life.

Jules Bianchi relocated from Japan to France

However, the relatives of the Frenchman make it clear for the first time with medical details how bad things are with the accident pilot: 'Jules is no longer in the artificial coma he was put into immediately after the accident, but he is still unconscious. But he can breathe independently. His values ​​are stable, but his condition is still classified as critical, 'it says.

The situation had stabilized in the past few days to the point that Bianchi of Japan could be transported to Europe: 'Even if the situation is still serious, it was decided that Jules is stable enough to be relocated to his native France. We are relieved to be able to confirm that Ju les was moved by air from Mie General Hospital in Yokkaichi to the University Hospital of Nice. '

Further recovery in the presence of friends and family

The family can now continue to accompany the recovery process at home: 'We are grateful that the next phase of his treatment can now take place near his home, where he is from his friends and large family is surrounded and supported. We owe our great gratitude to the medical department in Mie for everything they have done for Jules and our family during these difficult times.

In France, a new phase of treatment is about to begin, which will focus on focused on restoring brain functions. The family promises to post further medical updates as they become available.


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