File - Schumacher appears to have skied on a partially covered rock, lost his balance and fallen on another rock further down.
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Investigators probing Michael Schumacher's accident Wednesday ruled out faulty skis, inadequate signage and excessive speed as possible causes of his life-threatening off-piste fall in the French Alps.Investigators are seeking to determine why the accident happened, and whether anyone – the resort, the ski rental shop, Schumacher himself – is at fault.The skis, meanwhile, were "not the cause of the accident" and the bindings were "in good condition," said Stephane Bozon, one of the policemen involved in the probe, following speculation a safety release on Schumacher's skis did not operate properly.Schumacher appears to have skied on a partially covered rock, lost his balance and fallen on another rock further down, he added.
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