On Friday, India wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant was injured when his car collided with a divider and caught fire while he was travelling from Delhi to Uttarakhand. Pant was on his way to Uttarakhand from Delhi at the time.
While he was at the wheel of his Mercedes, he was involved in a collision in the area of Roorkee, in the state of Uttarakhand. As a result of the car collision, Pant was left with injuries to his brain in addition to his knee and shin.
However, the Max Hospital in Dehradun, which is where Pant is currently being treated for his health, has reported that the India star is currently undergoing surveillance and that his status is stable.
“Rishabh Pant, a cricket player, is currently being examined by orthopedists as well as plastic surgeons. His condition is not expected to change.
After he has been examined, a comprehensive medical report on him will be distributed. After that, we will proceed to the subsequent stages, “According to ANI’s report, Dr. Ashish Yagnik of Max Hospital in Dehradun spoke on the matter.
Pant said to the authorities that he had fallen asleep at the wheel, which led to the collision that occurred. After originally being taken to a hospital in the surrounding area, he was transferred to the Max Hospital in Dehradun at a later time.
After the fire started in the vehicle, the only way for the player to get out was to smash the windscreen.
The Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Pushkar Singh Dhami, has stated that the state government will be responsible for covering all expenditures associated with Pant’s medical care.
Pant had lately been a member of the Indian side that triumphed in the Test series that was played in Bangladesh. His spot on India’s Twenty20 International team for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka was cut, and he was scheduled to go to the National Cricket Academy for conditioning and strength training in front of the Test series against Australia in February.