Cricketer Rishabh Pant badly injured in road accident, car collided with railing while returning to Roorkee

Indian cricket team player Rishabh Pant’s car met with an accident while returning home from Delhi. His car met with an accident on the Narsan border of Roorkee near Hammadpur Jhal. Rishabh is being brought to Max Hospital in Dehradun for treatment. His plastic surgery will be done there. Khanpur MLA Umesh Kumar reached the hospital to know about his condition.

Leg injury, plastic surgery will be done:
According to the doctors, Rishabh Pant has suffered injuries on his forehead and leg. After getting the information, Superintendent of Police Dehat Swapna Kishore Singh has reached the spot. Dr. Sushil Nagar, Chairman of Saksham Hospital said that at present the condition of Rishabh Pant is stable, he has been referred from Roorkee to Max Hospital in Dehradun. His plastic surgery will be done there.

Rishabh’s car collided with the railing:
According to eyewitnesses, Rishabh’s car hit the railing, after which the car caught fire. The fire was brought under control with great difficulty. At the same time, Rishabh Pant, who was seriously injured in the accident, was admitted to Saksham Hospital on Delhi Road.
Rishabh was coming from Delhi towards Roorkee:
On Friday morning, Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant was coming from Delhi towards Roorkee in a car. Please tell that Rishabh Pant’s house is in Roorkee. When his car reached Narsan town, the car went out of control and overturned, breaking railings and pillars.

Rishabh admitted to Saksham Hospital, Delhi Road, condition critical:
After this his car caught fire. By then the villagers and the police also reached the spot. The information was given to the fire department. The fire brigade vehicle reached the spot and doused the fire. In a hurry, cricketer Rishabh Pant was admitted to Saksham Hospital on Delhi Road. From here he has been referred to Dehradun.

Local people collected money from the car:
The number plate of the Mercedes car is DL 10 CN 1717. At the same time, it was told that the villagers also took some money from the car from the accident site. In fact, after the accident, some rupees were also lying on the spot.

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