Rishabh Pant, India’s keeper-batter, is no longer in the intensive care unit at the Max hospital in Dehradun, which is terrific news for all cricket fans. However, it is yet unclear how seriously injured his legs are.
On his way to his hometown of Roorkee to surprise his mother, Pant’s car got involved in a terrible accident early on Friday morning (December 30) on the Delhi-Dehradun route. Pant slept off before his automobile ramped into the road dividers, according to the police’s account. It then turned over and started to burn. Pant was fortunate to walk away from the accident unharmed and without serious injuries.
Before being sent to the Max Hospital in Dehradun, he was first transported to a neighborhood hospital in Roorkee. Preliminary scans to examine his brain and spine damage have already been performed, but his leg has not yet undergone those scans because of swelling.
Despite having sustained many wounds, Pant is currently stable and responding favorably to therapy, according to a recent medical bulletin released by the BCCI. In addition, the board also established a group of its own physicians who regularly check Rishabh Pant’s condition in collaboration with a group of hospital physicians.
The BCCI is optimistic that Rishabh Pant will be released in a few days. After that, the board-formed panel of doctors will examine him to assess the severity of his injuries, especially the two probable torn ligaments.
According to reports, Rishabh may be sidelined for at least three to six months, even if there is no word on when he will be able to return to the pitch. This indicates that the left-handed hitter will play for Delhi Capitals in the forthcoming Test series against Australia and the IPL 2023.
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