Maria de Villota could leave Addenbrook's hospital in Cambridge (UK) and return to her native Spain by the end of the week, Germany's Auto Motor und Sport reports. Marussia
's 32-year-old female test driver has been in the hospital since losing her right eye after the horror accident at Duxford airfield early last week.
De Villota's sister Isabel said on Monday that Maria has moved out of the intensive care unit, after Marussia chief John Booth revealed she had emerged from an artificial coma to speak to her family. Auto Motor und Sport reported: "Except for the blindness in her right eye, the chances are good that there is no (other) permanent damage." De Villota has had two operations at Addenbrook's, and the German publication added: "If there are no further complications, de Villota could return to her native Spain late this week." (GMM)
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