Rishabh Pant, the standout wicketkeeper for India, was taken to the hospital after he was involved in a serious automobile accident on the way back from Delhi to Uttarakhand. Pant was driving his Mercedes when it crashed into the wall at the Narsan border and took fire, according to Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar. According to the Director General of Police in Uttarakhand, Pant stated that he lost control of the vehicle after nodding off behind the wheel.
Details about Rishabh Pant was hospitalised after a nearly fatal Car accident near Roorkee
When the automobile hit a road divider and caught fire, Pant was the only person inside. He was hurt in the head, back, and leg. The 25-year-old was brought to a nearby hospital as he made his way to his Roorkee residence. He had injuries to his head, back, and feet, but his condition is stable.
“Orthopedic and plastic experts are keeping an eye on cricket player Rishabh Pant. His state is steady. Once he has been examined, a comprehensive medical bulletin will be made public. We’ll then proceed with the next stages, “Speaking to the media, Dr. Ashish Yagnik of the Max Hospital in Dehradun stated.
Doctors say that Pant’s forehead and leg were injured. Dehat Swapna Kishore Singh, the superintendent of police, arrived at the location after receiving the information. Rishabh Pant has been taken to Max Dehradun, according to Dr. Sushil Nagar, the chairman of Saksham Hospital, who stated that his status is currently stable.
Witnesses said that Rishabh’s car hit the railing and started a fire. The fire was just put out after much struggle. At the same time, Rishabh Pant was rushed to Saksham Hospital on Delhi Road after suffering serious injuries in the collision.
Both the ODI and T20I squads for India’s series against Sri Lanka did not include Rishabh Pant. Whether Pant was hurt, rested, or dropped was not made clear in the BCCI press release. The BCCI decided to rest the Delhi wicketkeeper ahead of the two-match Test series, therefore he did not participate in the one-day internationals against Bangladesh.
Pant was meant to join the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru for a strength and conditioning program ahead of the Border Gavaskar Trophy in February, but he was unable to attend the next white-ball series against Sri Lanka, which begins on January 3. Pant has scored 2,271 runs in 33 Tests, with five hundred and 11 fifties. He has also played 30 One-Day Internationals and 66 Twenty20 Internationals for his country.