The legendary cricketer for India, Sachin Tendulkar, sent his condolences to wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant on Friday after learning of his early-morning vehicle accident. Pant is receiving treatment at the Max Hospital in Dehradun and is not in immediate danger of dying.

Tendulkar is one of several members of the cricket community who sent the 25-year-old their good wishes after the tragedy. “Wishing you @RishabhPant17 a very swift recovery. I’m sending you prayers, he said in his tweet. Earlier, Pant received well wishes on Twitter from former India captain Virat Kohli, under whom he made his international debut in August 2018. “Recover quickly, @RishabhPant17. I’m sending you healing prayers,” Kohli wrote.

Pant suffered significant injuries in the collision, including several lacerations on his forehead, a torn ligament in his knee, and cuts on his back. “Orthopedists and plastic surgeons are keeping an eye on cricket player Rishabh Pant. His state is steady. Once he has been evaluated, a comprehensive medical bulletin will be made public. We’ll then proceed with the following stages, “Max Hospital Dehradun’s Dr. Ashish Yagnik commented in a statement.

Pant was traveling alone in his automobile to Uttarakhand to surprise his family when he fell asleep while on the Delhi-Dehradun route. Near Roorkee, in Mohammedpur Jat, his automobile ran into a barrier. Pant’s car caught fire, but the Indian batsman was able to flee after shattering the windscreen, the police subsequently revealed to the media. Before being transported to Max, Dehradun, which was around 30 minutes away, Pant was transferred to Roorkee’s Civil Hospital.

“The event happened between 5:30 and 6 in the morning. In an accident involving his automobile, Rishabh Pant suffered minor wounds. He was brought to Saksham Hospital, where a medical staff attended to him. The Max Hospital in Dehradun was then suggested to him for better care “a police statement was read.