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Rishabh Pant was hospitalised after an almost fatal automobile collision on the Uttarakhand-Delhi route with head and back injuries.

The Delhi-Dehradun highway collision that injured India’s star Rishabh Pant caused injuries to his forehead and leg.

After escaping a serious automobile accident while travelling from Delhi to Uttarakhand, India’s top wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant was admitted to the hospital. According to Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar, Pant was operating his Mercedes when it took fire at the Narsan border after colliding with a divider. According to the Uttarakhand Director General of Police, Pant claimed he lost control of the vehicle because he dozed off behind the wheel.
Pant was the only one in the vehicle when it hit a road divider and caught fire. He was hurt in the back, the head, and the leg. The 25-year-old was brought to a nearby hospital while en route to his Roorkee residence. He sustained head, back, and foot wounds, but his condition is stable.
“Plastic and orthopaedic surgeons are monitoring cricket player Rishabh Pant. His health is stable. After his examination, a comprehensive medical bulletin will be made public. After that, we’ll proceed with the next stages, “In a statement to the media, Dr. Ashish Yagnik of Max Hospital in Dehradun.
Injuries to Pant’s forehead and leg, according to the medical professionals. Superintendent of Police Dehat Swapna Kishore Singh arrived at the location after receiving the information. Rishabh Pant has been referred to Max Dehradun because, according to Dr. Sushil Nagar, chairman of Saksham Hospital, his condition is stable right now.
Rishabh’s automobile reportedly struck the railing and caught fire, according to witnesses. The fire was extinguished with tremendous difficulty. Rishabh Pant was simultaneously brought to Saksham Hospital on Delhi Road after suffering critical injuries in the collision.
Both the ODI and T20I teams for India’s series against Sri Lanka omitted Rishabh Pant from their lineups. If Pant was hurt, rested, or dropped, it was not stated in the BCCI press release. The BCCI opted to rest the Delhi wicketkeeper before the two-match Test series therefore he did not participate in the one-day internationals against Bangladesh.

Because Pant was scheduled to enrol in a strength and conditioning programme at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru in preparation for the Border Gavaskar Trophy in February, he was not allowed to play in the next white-ball series against Sri Lanka, which begins on January 3. With the help of five hundreds and 11 fifties, Pant has amassed 2,271 runs in 33 Tests thus far. In 30 ODIs and 66 T20Is, he has also played for his nation.

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