Emotional update from Mia Rusthen’s family following horrific Misano crash

Emotional update from Mia Rusthen’s family following horrific Misano crash
Emotional update from Mia Rusthen’s family following horrific Misano crash

Following Mia Rusthen’s serious accident during the first race of the Women’s World Speed ​​Championship in Misano, her family shared an emotional update on her condition and their gratitude for the support they received.

Full letter from the family:

Dear All,

Here’s some news from those of us who are closest to Mia.

First of all, we would like to thank you for the enormous care, support and love that was sent to Mia and us after the accident at the first WorldWCR World Cup race where Mia suffered a head injury. It’s very warm and comforting. We are overwhelmed by how popular road running is in many parts of the world, and by how many thousands of people feel and follow Mia in this difficult situation.

Mia is still at the Maurizio Bufalini Hospital here in Italy and receiving expert treatment from the hospital’s trauma team. She has her loved ones around her and that is a strength for her and for us as a family. Mia is still in a coma, but the doctors here report that, fortunately, she is out of danger and is stable with good vital signs. They are working on a plan to bring her back to a hospital in Norway as soon as she is stable enough to fly home. Regarding the extent of his injury, it is still too early to say anything concrete, but we hope that his good physical condition and his great determination will allow him to survive as well.

Sincerely, Mia’s mom and dad, her big sister and her boyfriend ❤️

Gratitude and Hope of the family

The family expressed their immense gratitude for the global outpouring of support, emphasizing how much it means to them during this difficult time. Mia is receiving expert care in Italy and, although she is still in a coma, her condition is stable. Plans are underway to transfer her to Norway when she is stable enough to travel. Her family remains optimistic, drawing strength from Mia’s resilience and the support of the global community.

For more updates, the family will continue to share Mia’s progress and appreciate everyone’s continued support and prayers.

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