Pant contacted the ambulance vehicle himself regardless of several injuries
Petitions to God overflowed in for Indian wicketkeeper-player Rishabh Gasp after he was hospitalized following a accident on Friday morning. The 25-year-old is in stable condition after escaping serious injuries. However, according to reports, some criminals looted him after the accident and fled the scene without assisting him.
The cricketer's car appears to have crashed into the barricade after spinning out of control and hitting a pile of soil near Hammadpur, which is close to Roorki's Naarsan border. Witnesses claim that the car burst into flames immediately following the incident. Due to injuries, Pant was unable to exit the vehicle, but he was able to break the window and eventually escape.
The cricketer's injuries were exploited by a group of men, who reportedly approached the scene of the accident, stole cash from one of his bags, and then fled the scene. Pant contacted ambulance and authorities himself regardless of sever injuries.
The star Indian batter, on the other hand, is stable and has not sustained any serious injuries. At the Max Hospital in Dehradun, where he is currently being evaluated, the doctors are looking for any internal injuries. He has a ligament tear in his right knee as well as cuts on his back and near his eye. After receiving primary care at the Saksham Hospital Multispecialty and Trauma Centre, Pant was transferred to Max Hospital Dehradun.
"We continue to investigate him (Pant). He appears to be stable at the moment, so there is not much cause for concern. We will publish a comprehensive announcement once the evaluation is completed. The doctors are examining the areas where he is expressing discomfort and he is conscious and speaking. He is currently being examined by orthopedic surgeons and plastic surgeons. Additionally, internal injuries are being investigated, according to Max Hospital, Dehradun medical superintendent Dr. Dishant Yagnik.