Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is undergoing treatment at Max Hospital in Dehradun following a car accident, will be airlifted to Mumbai for specialist treatment, BCCI said.
The BCCI has also informed that the player will undergo surgery for a knee ligament injury. BCCI has made all necessary arrangements to shift the player from Dehradun to Mumbai. The actor will be transferred to Mumbai by air.
Pant’s further treatment will be at Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute. The star’s treatment will be under the direct supervision of Dr Dinsho Pardiwala, Director of Arthroscopy and Shoulder Services and Head of the Center for Sports Medicine.
On the morning of the 30th, the car in which Pant was driving met with an accident at Mangalauri on the Delhi-Dehradun highway in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The speeding car hit the divider. Panth, who was inside the burning car, was rescued by Haryana Roadways bus driver Sushil Mann and conductor Paramjeet. The Mercedes Benz car in which Ball was driving was completely burnt in the accident.
The actor suffered two cuts on his forehead apart from a ligament injury in his right knee in the accident. Max Hospital in Dehradun said in a medical bulletin that he was also injured in his right wrist, ankle and toe. However, there were no serious injuries. He underwent plastic surgery for a forehead injury.