It has been reported that Indian wicket keeper Rishabh Pant has sustained serious injuries in a car accident and has been taken to the hospital in Dehradun for treatment. As of right now, it is not clear how severe his injuries are.
During the emergency treatment provided by Dr Sushil Nagar, Pant was reported to have lacerations on his forehead, one right above and one below the left eye there is also a ligament tear in his right knee and abrasions on his back.
Despite the fact that Pant’s vehicle caught fire, the first X-rays that were taken suggest that there are no fractures and no burns on Pant’s body as a result of the accident.
It has been confirmed that the patient has been transferred to the Max Hospital in Dehradun for further examination, including MRI scans, which will determine the extent of the injuries and the treatment he requires going forward. After reaching the hospital at 6 a.m Pant was admitted to the hospital.
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On Friday morning, Pant had an accident while driving to Roorkee in Uttarakhand during the early hours of the morning when he met with an accident. A local hospital treated him, and he was then brought to Dehradun where he was taken to a specialist’s hospital.
According to NDTV, the director general of the Uttarakhand Police, Ashok Kumar, has confirmed in a statement that Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant’s car met with an accident around 5:30 am yesterday. He was shifted to the Roorkee hospital from where he has now been shifted to Dehradun where he was treated for his injuries as a result of the accident, which took place at Mohammadpur Jat near Roorkee. Pant told the reporters he dozed off while driving and the car collided with the divider and caught fire.
Pant, who is 25 years old, was not a part of the Indian squad for the T20I and ODI series taking place in his home country against Sri Lanka from January 3 to 7. Although, he is expected to be a key member of India’s Test team when Australia arrive in February for a four-match series of tests.