FILE - In this Nov. 23, 2012 file photo, Grand Prix driver Michael Schumacher, of Germany, sits in his car during a free practice at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo, Brazil. French investigators have ruled out any criminal wrongdoing in the debilitating ski accident of Formula One great Michael Schumacher, a state prosecutor said Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Albertville prosecutor Patrick Quincy said "no infraction by anyone has been turned up" and the probe has been closed, his office said in a statement — responding to questions about whether the Meribel ski station in the French Alps or an equipment maker might have had some role in Schumacher's injury. (AP Photo/Victor Caivano, File)

Paris, France - A French prosecutor leading an investigation into the life-threatening ski accident of Formula One great Michael Schumacher says authorities have ruled out any criminal wrongdoing in the case.

The office of Albertville prosecutor Patrick Quincy said on Monday that “no infraction by anyone has been turned up”.

INTENSIVE CARE

The 45-year-old Schumacher suffered serious head injuries on December 29 when he fell and hit the right side of his head on a rock off the side of a demarcated slope in the French ski resort of Meribel, and has been in intensive care in Grenoble University Hospital since then.

Schumacher's doctors have started waking him from an induced coma. His spokeswoman, Sabine Kehm, declined to provide further details about his health, citing privacy concerns.

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