Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant suffered a terrible road accident on his way home. His car caught fire after hitting the road divider. Critically injured, Pant somehow managed to get out by breaking the car window. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has informed the latest condition of Pant, who is undergoing treatment at the hospital.
Rishabh Pant, who was seriously injured in a road accident on Friday (December 30), was taken to Max Hospital in Dehradun for advanced treatment after first treatment at a local hospital in Roorkee.
Sushil Nagar, a doctor who provided first aid at a local hospital in Roorkee, said about the Indian wicketkeeper’s condition, “Pant was brought to the hospital around 6 am. As soon as we arrived at the hospital, we administered first aid to Pant. He was shifted to Dehradun around 9 pm for better treatment. Pant suffered head, back and leg injuries.”
On the other hand, his doctor Ashish Yagnik at Max Hospital said that Pant’s injury is not serious. He is undergoing treatment for the injured area near his waist. Ashish also confirmed that Pant is now out of danger and has regained consciousness.
Earlier on Friday (December 30) early morning, Pant was returning to his home in Uttarakhand, India. The wicketkeeper himself was driving his BMW car. When he suddenly woke up, he took the car and hit the road divider. This caused the front of the car to twist and caught fire immediately. Pant saved his life by breaking the glass of some car from there.