In the early hours of Friday morning, Rishabh Pant was travelling from Delhi to Dehradun in his Mercedes Benz when he was involved in a terrible accident. After hitting a divider, his vehicle burst into flames.
Pant was fortunate enough to get out of the car in time, but he ended up tearing a ligament in his right knee and suffering cuts above his forehead as a result of the accident.
His condition is not expected to change. Sushil Mann, a bus driver for Haryana Roadways, was one of the guys who helped get batsman Rishabh Pant out of the Mercedes SUV after it crashed.
Mann claimed that he was unaware of the identity of the injured individual and moved quickly to make arrangements for an ambulance.
According to reports from the PTI news agency, Haryana Roadways later honoured Sushil. “We handed them an appreciation letter and a shield in our office when they returned to Panipat,” Kuldeep Jangra, the general manager of the Haryana Roadways Panipat depot, told PTI. “When they returned to Panipat.”
Sushil received praise from VVS Laxman, a former batter for India who is now the head of the NCA. “We would want to express our gratitude to #SushilKumar, a driver for Haryana Roadways, who pulled Rishabh Pant away from the flaming automobile, wrapped him in a bedsheet, and then phoned for an ambulance. We are extremely grateful to you, Sushil ji, for the unselfish service that you have provided for us “In a tweet, VVS Laxman expressed his thoughts.
“A special thank you goes out to the driver of the bus, Sushil, as well as the bus conductor, Paramjit, for their assistance. I owe a significant debt of gratitude to these courageous men who put others before themselves and who have such enormous hearts. Sincere gratitude to them and to everyone else who contributed, “he stated in one of his earlier tweets.
The driver of the bus, Sushil Mann, stated in an interview with NDTV that the SUV was travelling at a high speed in the opposite direction when it collided with the barrier.
Mr. Mann claimed, “I swiftly went towards the divider when I stopped my bus on the side of the road.”
“I believed the automobile was going to flip beneath the bus as it was twisting over and over before it stopped,” he added. “I thought it was going to stop.” “The driver, identified only as Mr. Pant, was leaning out the window in part.
He let me know that he plays cricket, “Mr. Mann stated that the cricketer had asked him to call his mother; however, the cricketer’s mother’s phone was turned off.
“I don’t follow cricket, therefore I was completely unaware that Rishabh Pant is a player. However, several passengers on my bus were aware of him “Mr Mann claimed.
“After pulling Rishabh from the vehicle, I immediately began searching the interior to see if anyone else was present. I pulled his blue bag and somewhere between 7,000 and 8,000 rupees out of the car and delivered it to him inside the ambulance “he stated.