After his vehicle collided with a divider on the Delhi-Dehradun highway, India star Rishabh Pant received injuries to his face and knee.
Roorkee: Rishabh Pant, India’s standout wicketkeeper, was hospitalized after suffering a horrific car accident from Delhi to Uttarakhand. Pant said that he had dozed off, causing the automobile to collide with the divider and cause the collision, from which he emerged by breaking the windscreen.
Pant was driving his BMW automobile when it caught fire after hitting the fence at the Narsan border, according to Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar. Pant was initially treated in Roorkee’s Saksham Hospital.
Pant suffered injuries to his forehead and knee, according to the physicians. Superintendent of Police Dehat Swapna Kishore Singh arrived after receiving the information. Dr Sushil Nagar, chairman of Saksham Hospital, stated that Rishabh Pant’s condition is currently stable and that he has been referred to Max Dehradun.
According to witnesses, Rishabh’s vehicle hit the divider and caught fire. The fire was brought under control with much difficulty. Simultaneously, Rishabh Pant was transported to Saksham Hospital on Delhi Road, where he was critically hurt in the collision.
Pant is not in the Sri Lanka series
Rishabh Pant was left out of India’s teams for the One-Day International and Twenty-20 International series against Sri Lanka. Pant was not injured, rested, or dropped, according to the BCCI press release. However, the BCCI decided to rest the Delhi wicketkeeper ahead of the two-match Test series. Therefore, he did not participate in the one-day internationals against Bangladesh.