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The pilot of “Formula-2” Juan Manuel Correa, who survived the accident at a speed of 274 kilometers per hour, is in critical but stable condition. Motorsport reported, citing a statement from the family of the athlete.
From Correa was diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome, which he is unable to breathe independently. Currently the pilot is in the ICU, the doctors put him into an artificial coma.
Correa survived the accident, which occurred August 31 at the Grand Prix of Belgium. Marching in front of the American pilot, the Frenchman Antoine Hubert was not entered in turn, and Correa crashed into him at the speed of 274 kilometers per hour. Because of the impact the car of the Frenchman broke in two, and the vehicle Correa turned and left without a bow. Hubert died from injuries sustained in an attack.
22-year-old French driver was eighth in the overall standings “Formula 2”. Correa was 12.
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