Singer Michal Hrůza, who was seriously injured in a street fight six weeks ago has been released from a rehabilitation clinic and transported home where he is to undergo further therapy. The singer suffered serious brain damage in the attack and spent some time in a coma. His manager Martina Tůmova on Monday issued a report saying Hrůza was recovering well, but still had a long way to go.
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