“He has no fracture….” Claimed Dr Sushil Nagar, Who Treated Him In Emergency

Indian team star wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant got severely injured in a car accident on a Friday morning. As per the reports, Rishabh Pant was going to his home to surprise his family, and they are planning to go to Dubai for vacation in New Year.

According to an initial statement made by the Max Hospital in Dehradun, Rishabh Pant’s conditions are stable, and currently, he is under the observation of Orthopedics & plastic surgeons. His detailed medical information will be released once the surgeons fully examine him. After that, we’ll take the next steps,” said Dr. Ashish Yagnik, Max Hospital, Dehradun.

According to Dr Sushil Nagar, who treated him in an emergency, the cricketer’s major injuries are on his forehead and knees. There are no serious injuries, and we will provide full details after the examination.

“The first X-rays suggest no fracture and no burns on Pant’s body despite his car catching fire. Pant has two lacerative wounds on his forehead, one right above the left eye, a ligament tear in the knee, and abrasions on his back,” as per Dr Sushil Nagar.

In addition, DDCA secretary Siddharth Sahib Singh also released a statement on the incident. “We are all concerned, but thankfully he is stable. We at DDCA are keeping a tab and wish him a speedy recovery,” the DDCA secretary said, as mentioned by PTI.

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