MEXICO CITY. – Head of German Formula 3 Sophia Flörsch, 17, broke the backbone Diseases of brain brain injuries were recorded this Sunday at the Macau Grand Prix, wounding another four people.
Pilot's father assured the DPA agency that, despite the spine's fracture, his daughterYou can move all parts of your body.
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The amateur recorded a video about an incident posted on the news portal Macao's daily routine, which shows how Flörsch car it discharges at high speeds to the curve from the well-known Hotel Lisboa, overcoming defenses and crashing against the outer walls of the chain.
#GPMacao ?? | TERRIBLE ? accident suffered by pilot Sophia Flörsch ?? # Formula3 ?️?pic.twitter.com/fvRRieCkX5
Empire (@Imperio_Deports) November 18, 2018
Scouting 200 kilometers per hour to the right, Floresh Dallara Mercedes got into a single seat, transferred security fences and collapsed photographic cabin before reaching the area where police commissars were found. song After the start race stopped four laps.
The International Automobile Federation (FIA) posted a statement on its official Facebook page explaining that both Flörsch and the rest injured – Japanese pilot Sho Tsuboi, two photographers and a commissioner from the track – were sent to a hospital in a state of consciousness.
#Automovilismo Terrorism suffered by Sophia Flörsch #Macao in # F3 pic.twitter.com/lxO6uc3Sh9
– HispanicSportsMedia (@samserika) November 18, 2018
After the accident, the pilot wrote a Twitter account:
"I just want everyone to know that I am fine, but I will have to undergo an operation tomorrow morning."
I just wanted to let everyone know that I was fine, but tomorrow I would be holding a surgery. thanks to @fia and @ hwaag_official @ MercedesAMGF1 which takes care of me
Thank you all for support messages.
– Sophia Floersch (@ SofiaFloersch) November 18, 2018
Speaking with the newspaper on Friday, Friesch acknowledged that the Macao chain was "very dangerous". Finally, the race was restarted again and the British Dan Ticktum won.
With information from Excelsior.