Shyam Sharma, the Director of the Delhi and District Cricket Association, stated that a DDCA team will be at Max Hospital in Dehradun to monitor the health of star Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was involved in a terrible accident the previous day. If necessary, the batter-wicketkeeper will be airlifted to Delhi for his plastic surgery. Pant was involved in the accident the previous day.
On Friday, while returning to Roorkee from Delhi, Pant was involved in a serious accident when his automobile crashed with a divider on the Narsan boundary of Roorkee near Hammadpur Jhal. The accident occurred in Roorkee.
As a result of the automobile accident, Pant sustained various injuries, and his doctor, Sharma, suggested that he could have to have more surgery in the nation’s capital.
The man, who was 25 years old, was the only passenger in the vehicle when it crashed. He sustained injuries to his back, forehead, and leg.
During an interview with ANI, Sharma stated the following: “A team from the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) is travelling to Max Hospital Dehradun to check his health. If necessary, we will relocate him to Delhi, and chances are strong that we would airlift him to Delhi for plastic surgery.”
Photos taken at the scene show that there was significant fire damage to the vehicle, and that Pant was driving at the time of the collision that caused it.
According to the Haridwar SP (Rural), Swapan Kishore, who made the announcement on Friday, Pant was taken to the Max Hospital in Dehradun.
On the route between Delhi and Dehradun, the cricketer’s luxury vehicle collided with a road barrier and took fire following the collision. He narrowly avoided being killed in the incident. Reports indicate that he had fallen asleep while behind the wheel.
In the words of SK Singh, who holds the position of Superintendent of Police in Haridwar (Rural), “He planned to visit his relatives in Roorkee while he was there. The reason for the accident was that he slept off while driving one kilometre in front of Narsan and headed in the direction of Roorkee.”
“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 checked out, a comprehensive medical report will be made public. After that, we would proceed to the further measures, “Dr. Ashish Yagnik from Max Hospital in Dehradun was quoted as saying this.
On the route connecting Delhi and Dehradun, Pant was the only passenger in the vehicle when it was involved in the accident.
Photos taken at the scene show that the vehicle was found in a severely damaged state as a result of the fire.
The Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Pushkar Singh Dhami, has offered the player his best wishes for a rapid recovery and stated that the state will provide any and all assistance that is humanly feasible to him, including the availability of an air ambulance if that becomes necessary.
“Today, cricket player Rishabh Pant was involved in an accident close to Roorkee. He will receive more medical care in Dehradun, where he is currently being transported.
The entirety of the medical facilities will be properly attended to. We hope that he would make a rapid recovery “ANI was able to speak with Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, who was in Kolkata on Friday.
Additionally, on Friday, a statement was made by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, which read, “Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a torn ligament in his right knee, as well as injuries to his right wrist, ankle, and toe, and he has abrasions all over his back.
According to a statement that was distributed to the media by the BCCI, Rishabh’s health is currently stable, and he has been moved to Max Hospital in Dehradun, where he will undergo MRI scans to determine the extent of his injuries and to determine the next steps in his treatment.”
According to the statement, the BCCI is in regular contact with Pant’s family, and the medical staff is maintaining continuous communication with the physicians who are providing treatment to the southpaw.
The Board has stated that it will ensure that Pant receives the highest quality of medical care and will provide him with all of the assistance he requires to get through this trying time in his life.