It will come as really good news to Michael Schumacher fans. British newspaper The Telegraph, has quoted a French newspaper which has reported that the former Formula One world champion is responding to instructions as doctors started on Thursday to try and coax the German legend out of an artificial deep sleep he was placed in after a near-fatal ski fall in December. (Schumacher will take time to wake up: doctor)
The Telegraph on Thursday reported that the L'Equipe newspaper, citing "very reliable sources", said Schumacher has responded "positively" to several neurological tests since Monday. Apparently, the 45-year-old former Ferrari driver, has even "blinked" during tests.
L'Equipe is not the only paper that has reported that Schumacher is responding positively. SKY News has also quoted its sources suggesting Schumacher is responding to instructions. Schumacher was plunged into an artificial coma after suffering brain injury in his near-fatal skiing accident on December 29 in the French resort of Meribel. (Doctors trying to bring Schumacher out of coma: manager)