Juan Manuel Correa in ‘critical but stable’ condition after F2 crashCat:未分類
Juan Manuel Correa is in a’critical but stable’ condition in hospital following complications arising out of his accident at the F2 race of last weekend .
The 20-year-old’s parents issued a statement had been beneath ECMO assistance at hospital in London and in an induced coma.
“On his arrival into London, Juan Manuel was diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. This is an accident considered common in high impact accidents like this one,” read an announcement.
“Unfortunately, this injury led to Juan Manuel falling into Severe Respiratory Failure. Juan Manuel is in an Intensive Care Unit that specializes in respiratory injuries.
“At this time period he is an in induced state of unconsciousness and under ECMO support. Juan Manuel is in critical but stable condition.
“We are confident that our child will probably surprise us just like he does with his tremendous fighting will and strength and will recover fully.”
The family asked for their privacy to be admired.
Correa suffered injuries to spine and his legs after an accident at the F2 feature race in Spa. Fellow motorist Anthoine Hubert died following injuries.
“Maria and I want to take this opportunity to provide our condolences to the Hubert family for their loss,” explained Juan Carlos Correa. “Our hearts have been broken, and we can just imagine the pain this loss has brought them.”
Prior to being transfered on Britain correa underwent surgery after the injury on his injuries in hospital at Liege, Belgium.
F2 yields this weekend in Italy, together using Briton Callum Illott carrying a pole for Saturday’s feature race.
“I’m really happy that we turned all that negative energy from weekend into a positive outcome, and performing it all Anthoine, for Juan, and for both their own families,” said Illott, 20.
“I think everyone as a whole, heading back outside as a F2 grid and putting on a great result, with nothing bad after last weekend, was a very terrific achievement by everybody.
“To develop, still be positive and keep going is incredible I think.”
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