Rishabh Pant, an Indian cricketer, was seriously hurt in a terrible automobile accident that occurred early on Friday. Around 5:30 AM on the Delhi-Dehradun Expressway, Pant’s automobile slammed into a barrier and caught fire as he was travelling to Uttarakhand. Fortunately, Pant’s injuries are not life-threatening as the Police said, and he is being watched at Dehradun’s Max Hospital for head, back, and foot fractures. Thankfully, the India cricketer is stable despite images of Pant’s burned-out automobile and Pant lying on a hospital bed with a bloody bandage on his head shocking many. Here are five details concerning the bizarre catastrophe.

1 Pant evacuated the vehicle in time to avert disaster.

Within minutes after the accident, Pant’s automobile took fire due to the force of the collision with the barrier. However, despite being hurt, Pant damaged his car’s windscreen and managed to flee just in time to avoid being killed. Pant was travelling alone in his automobile to Roorkee when the tragedy occurred.

2 Pant “dozed off” behind the wheel.

According to Pant’s admission, the driver of the vehicle dozed off on the stretch. “He fell asleep at the wheel, causing the vehicle to crash into the barrier and catch fire. He was sent to the Roorkee hospital, and is now being transferred to Dehradun “DGP Ashok Kumar spoke with the press.

3 What kind of vehicle was Pant operating?

Driving a Mercedes-AMG GLE43 Coupe was Pant. Although Pant was first believed to be in a Mercedes rather than a BMW, the police later established that it was the latter. Despite being one of the best and most luxurious cars in the nation, Mercedes’ crash test scores are not adequate.

4 In what hospital is Pant?

Pant was rushed to a hospital in Roorkee shortly after the accident, and from there he has now been transferred to Max Hospital in Dehradun, which is around 30 minutes away from Mohammedpur Jat, the site of the tragedy. According to Pushkar Singh Dhami, the Uttarakhand government would cover all costs associated with Pant’s medical care. The cricket player Pant might be flown from Dehradun to New Delhi, according to Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister Dhami.

5 How serious is Pant’s injury, and how long is he anticipated to be sidelined?

According to the most recent information, X-Rays revealed that Pant thankfully did not suffer any significant injuries or fractures. His head and knees are where he is most severely hurt. Two wounds, one of which is just above the left eye, and a knee ligament rupture have also been sustained by Pant. Given the extent of the damage on his back, Pant might require skin grafting or plastic surgery on his back, which is likely to keep him out of playing any form of cricket for at least the next year – all but ruling him out of the 2023 World Cup in India.