All but one satellite truck have left the Grenoble hospital where Michael Shumacher remains in "stable but critical condition" on Wednesday morning.
Journalists and TV crews from all over the world were gathering instead by Albertville's Courthouse, waiting for a press conference to be given at 10:00GMT by prosecutor Patrick Quincy who is leading the investigation in Schumacher's accident.
Quincy should provide details as to Schumacher'speed and the circumstances leading to his injuries.
Local police have been able to recovered images of the accident from the small camera that was mounted on Schumacher's helmet. The video camera was handed to the police by Schumacher's family on Friday.
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is suffering from traumatic head injury following a skiing accident in the French Alps on Sunday 29 December, 2013.
Schumacher's wife Corinna released a statement yesterday asking for the media to "please leave the clinic, (�) leave our family alone". "It's very important" she wrote "for you to ease the burden on the doctors and the hospital so that they can do their work in peace".
Photographers and TV crews had been staking out every morning the hospital side entrance where Schumacher's father Rolf and brother Ralf, his wife Corinna and family friends Doctor Saillant and FIA President Jean Todt come to visit him.
Schumacher is the most successful F1 driver in history, racking up a record 91 race wins. He retired from Formula One in 2012 after garnering an unmatched seven world titles.
Schumi, as his fans affectionately call him, was famously aggressive on the track and no less intense off-hours. In retirement, he remained an avid skier, skydiver and horseback rider.