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Formula Two driver Juan Manuel Correa has been removed from an induced coma after he was injured in the horror crash that killed French racer Anthoine Hubert.
As a result of the accident on August 31, which occurred in Spa, Belgium, Correa suffered a spinal injury and fractured his legs.
Surgery - Order - Risk - Injuries - Right
The 20-year-old now faces major surgery in order to minimise risk of irreversible injuries to his right lower extremity, which refers to the part of the body between the hips and the toes.
Correa's family issued a statement in which they said that a major step had been taken in the right direction.
Doctors - Race - Time
However, they stressed that doctors are in 'a race against time'.
As reported by Sky Sports, the statement read: 'The medical priority for Juan Manuel now shifts from the lungs to the leg injuries that were sustained more than two weeks ago and have not been addressed since the initial emergency intervention (on) the day of the incident.
'Doctors - Race - Time
'Doctors are in a race against time to perform...
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