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Macau Grand Prix Horror Watches-Long Surgical Teen Driver After Crash


A 17-year-old female driver operated at least seven hours after breaking her spine in a terrible battle at the Formula Three Macau Grand Prix. On Sunday, German racer Sophia Floersch opened fire on the marshals and photographers. Macau's spokesperson for health officials told AFP on Monday afternoon that "10 am (0200 GMT) was accepted for surgery and is still underway." Van Amersfoort The dramatic images hit the crowd as the racing driver's car flew to the safety nets, flying from the right and using a sharp right hand on the Guia Circuit's Lisboa curve.

At the age of 16, he lost control in a straight touch, threw him off the sidewalk and threw Tsuboi's TOM in his racing car.

A medical report sent to AFP indicated that Floersch was admitted to the emergency room of the hospital in Macau in a stable condition with a fracture of the spine.

Floersch then secured his fans on Twitter Sunday evening on Twitter.

”I just wanted everyone to know I was fine, but I'm going to do surgery tomorrow morning,“ he said.

"Thanks to everyone for supporting messages."

Japanese driver Sho Tsuboi, two photographers and a marshal were also taken to hospital for treatment.

According to the medical reports sent by the Macau Grand Prix to the AFP, a marshal had a broken jaw, while another victim had abdominal pain.

According to the Post, "I hope everyone will be well after this accident, I wish them the best recovery," said European Director Mick Schumacher, son of F1 legend Michael.

The nineteen-year-old Briton Dan Ticktumu of the Red Bull Junior Team won the race on the Macau street circuit, classified by F1 elders, such as Schumacher veteran and Ayrton Senna.

At least three people died at the Macau Grand Prix.

British driver Daniel Hegarty died last year after experiencing a barrier in Fishermen 's Bend during the Macau Grand Prix' s motorcycle race.

In 2012, Luis Carreira of Portugal and Phillip Yau of Hong Kong were killed in two days during the Macau Grand Prix.

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