Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant suffered an accident, the car was completely destroyed by fire

Renowned Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant was involved in a terrible car accident, but fortunately his condition is out of danger despite the car being destroyed.

The wicketkeeper-batsman met with an accident in his native Roorkee in Uttarakhand and was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

Meanwhile, his Mercedes car caught fire due to which the entire vehicle was destroyed and he managed to save his life by breaking the window.

The head of the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, VVS Laxman, expressed concern over Rishabh Pant’s accident in a message on Twitter, saying that Pant’s condition is out of danger, but did not say how serious his injuries were. could go

His car met with this accident on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday while returning from Delhi and he has been shifted to a private hospital.

Director General of Uttarakhand Police Ashok Kumar said that Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant’s car met with an accident at 5.30 am near Mohammadpur Jat near Roorkee.

According to the cricketer, while driving, he got blinded for some time and due to this, his car hit the iron barriers in the middle of the road and caught fire.

His IPL team Delhi Capitals has also confirmed his accident, while according to Indian media reports, the cricketer has sustained serious injuries on his head, back and legs.

Rishabh Pant is not part of the ODI and T20 series against Sri Lanka and it has been decided to send him to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru to improve his performance in preparation for the series against Australia in February.

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