On his way from Delhi to Roorkee on December 30, Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant was in a terrible car accident. Pant’s car caught fire after it flew into the divider at a high speed. On December 30, Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant escaped a car accident that could have killed him. Pant is said to have fallen asleep while driving from Delhi to Roorkee in a luxury car. As a result, his car caught fire after hitting the barrier.
Pant was fortunate enough to break the windscreen and be pulled out by a few truck drivers before the fire completely consumed the vehicle. Indian cricket great Kapil Dev has urged Pant and other cricketers to never drive alone in response to the horrific images of the accident. Kapil stated on ABP News that top cricketers should always drive with a driver because they can easily afford one. The captain of the Indian team that won the World Cup in 1983 gave the example of a motorcycle accident he had been in when he was younger.
This is a lesson. I was involved in a motorcycle accident when I was still a young cricket player. My brother wouldn’t even let me touch the motorcycle after that day. “Yes, you have a speedy car that looks good, but you need to be careful. You don’t have to drive it alone; you can easily afford a driver. I get that having interests or even a passion for them is normal for someone his age, but you also have responsibilities.
You alone can look after yourself. You have to decide for yourself, Kapil continued.
In addition to a number of other minor injuries, Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee, and multiple burns, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The 25-year-old has been discharged from the intensive care unit and is said to be stable.
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