Earlier today, wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant met with an accident near Uttarakhand’s Roorkee on his way to his hometown on Friday morning and got several injuries after his vehicle rammed into road dividers and later burst into flares. He was reportedly on his way to his old neighborhood, Roorkee from Delhi when the disaster occurred.
Soon after the accident, the Indian wicketkeeper-batsman was first taken to a classified clinical facility in Roorkee. Later he was referred to a Dehradun center. As reported by the police first, Pant got injuries on the head, close by a ligament injury on his right lower leg. Later it was clarified by BBCI that “Pant has two cuts on his forehead, ligament tear in his right knee & has also hurt his right wrist, ankle, toe and has suffered abrasion injuries on his back.”
Rishabh Pant Stable After The Accident
Speaking to the media, Clinical Chief at Max Clinical facility, Dehradun, Dr. Ashish Yagnik expressed that from the beginning they found no serious injuries on the cricketer and he is consistent. “He is under evaluation and a gathering of experts is dealing with him. Right now, he is consistent and there isn’t much to worry about,” Yagnik said.
A group of healthcare experts is talking with him and considering all that he is telling us about the injuries, he is still getting evaluated. From the start, we found no serious injuries. Orthopedics and plastic surgeons are in constant touch with him. Yagnik further said, adding that the clinical facility will in a little while issue a prosperity discharge. According to a declaration given by the state government, Pant’s vehicle met with a setback near Mohammadpur Jat under the Mangalore police central command district in the Haridwar region around 5.30 am. He was then rushed to Saksham Crisis center in Roorkee by ambulance and close by the police. Police sources said that Rishabh was driving the vehicle himself and the disaster happened around 5.30 am. Pant neglected to keep a grasp on the vehicle and hit the divider. The vehicle speedily burst into blazes and was burnt quickly.
Taking notes from the authorities on cricketer Rishabh Pant getting hurt in a car collision, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami mentioned that authorities ensured all expected facilities for the uninterrupted treatment of the cricketer. He later prayed to God for his quick recovery. CM also announced that the state government would bear all treatment expenses. An air crisis vehicle will similarly be given at whatever point required, the declaration by the state government said.
More from the incident
It was later discovered that a bus driver and a conductor played a major role in evacuating Pant. After the accident, Pant was stuck in his SUV on the Delhi-Roorkee highway. Driver Sushil Mann and conductor Paramjit Singh were on their way back as per their routine duty. As soon as they saw the damaged vehicle, they rescued Rishabh Pant and took care of other initial things. They were the first to report the incident. When asked, Sushil added that he didn’t know Rishabh from before since he doesn’t watch cricket.