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Formula One driver Robert Kubica was brought out of an induced coma Monday and moved his fingers after surgery for serious injuries he suffered in a rally car crash.
Surgeons operating on Formula One driver Robert Kubica have turned their focus to his severely damaged right hand, which was among the serious injuries he sustained when his rally car hit a wall at "high speed" Sunday.
"In this moment, I feel extremely relieved compared to 24 hours ago," Morelli said. "The improvement that he has made, in my opinion, and in the opinion of the specialists, is of great significance, and this makes us hopeful for the future."
Kubica's manager, Daniel Morelli, said he spoke to the driver, who was "perfectly conscious" and whose "brain activity is normal," given the situation.