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    Pant apparently dozed off at the wheel; doctors say he is not in any danger

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    According to Haridwar SSP Ajai Singh, Rishabh Pant fell asleep while driving to his hometown and lost control of his BMW.

    It was a narrow escape for Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant when his Mercedes Coupe caught fire near Roorkee on Friday morning after it crashed into a road divider. Police say Pant lost control after he appears to have drowsy. According to doctors, he suffered minor injuries and is no longer in danger.

    He escaped through the broken windscreen of his Mercedes-AMG GLE43 Coupe, according to the police. As he was on his way to his hometown Roorkee from Delhi, Pant was transferred to Max Hospital in Dehradun after being initially admitted to Saksham, a private hospital in Roorkee.

    Doctors said he has two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee, injuries to his wrist, ankle, toe, and back and abrasions.

    The cricketer is stable, according to Dr Ashish Yagnik, Medical Superintendent of Max.

    In the meantime, he is stable and nothing to worry about. According to the doctors, he is being evaluated based on what he told us about his injuries. We can only tell more after some tests. Initially, we found no serious injuries. “Orthopaedic and plastic surgeon doctors are treating him,” said Yagnik.

    According to BCCI Honorary Secretary Jay Shah, the BCCI is in constant contact with Rishabh’s family, while the medical team is in close contact with the doctors treating him.

    Pant apparently dozed off at the wheel; doctors say he is not in danger

    According to Haridwar SSP Ajai Singh, Pant fell asleep and lost control of the BMW he was driving to his hometown.

    When Rishabh Pant’s Mercedes Coupe crashed into a road divider near Roorkee on Friday morning and caught fire, he narrowly avoided being killed. Police said Pant lost control after he appeared to doze off at the wheel. A doctor said he suffered minor injuries and is in no danger.

    He was able to escape through the broken windscreen of his Mercedes-AMG GLE43 Coupe, according to the police. The 25-year-old Pant, who was initially take in to Saksham, a private hospital in Roorkee, was transfer to Max Hospital in Dehradun after being initially admit to Saksham, a private hospital in Roorkee.

    Doctors found two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee, injuries to his right wrist, ankle, toe, and abrasions on his back.

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    According to Dr Ashish Yagnik, Medical Superintendent of Max Hospital, doctors found no serious injuries on the cricketer.

    The team of doctors is talking to him and based on what he is telling us about the injuries, he is being evaluate. We will be able to tell more after some tests. As of now, he is stable and nothing to worry about. The doctors are treating him and are Orthopaedic and Plastic surgeons are treating him,” said Yagnik.

    Jay Shah, Honorary Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), issued a statement confirming that the BCCI is in constant contact with Rishabh’s family, while the medical team is in close contact with doctors currently treating him.

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