The family of the injured FIA Formula 2 racer Juan Manuel Correa has released a statement that says his condition has deteriorated to ‘critical but stable’ after he was moved to a specialist unit in London.
Correa was transported from intensive care in Liege in Belgium to a hospital in London, UK, earlier this week following his horrific crash at Spa, in which Anthoine Hubert was killed.
Upon arrival in the UK, Correa was diagnosed with ‘Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome’, according to the statement issued on Friday evening. This has resulted in him being placed in an induced coma.
The statement reads:
“First of all, on behalf of our son we wish to thank everyone within and outside the motorsports community for the wonderful and caring get well wishes that we have received, as well as messages for a speedy recovery. We are confident that Juan Manuel will review them all himself once he is back in charge of his social media accounts."
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