Laxman shared pictures, thanked the bus driver and conductor who saved Pant’s life. Cricket


India cricketer Rishabh Pant is out of danger for his life after being a victim of a horrific road accident on Friday morning. The 25-year-old man was on his way to Uttarakhand in his car to surprise his family on New Year when he dozed off at the wheels and the car crashed into the road divider on the highway at Mohammadpur Jat near Roorkee. A heavily injured and bleeding Pant was rescued by a Haryana Roadways bus driver named Sushil Kumar before Pant’s car caught fire.

On realizing the accident, the bus driver Sushil swung into action and took Pant away from the damaged car in time. As per reports, the driver later told the media that during his selfless action, he was not even aware of Pant’s star status or that he was an international cricketer for India.

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Former India cricketer VVS Laxman took to Twitter to appreciate the true humanity shown by Sushil who saved Pant. Laxman recently coached the national team (of which Pant was also a part) during the tour of New Zealand after the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia. He shared how Sushil not only saved Pant but also called an ambulance to ensure the cricketer’s survival and proper medical assistance.

Laxman tweeted, “Thanks to Haryana Roadways driver #SushilKumar, who took #RishabhPant away from the burning car, wrapped him in a bedsheet and called an ambulance. We are very indebted to you for your selfless service, Sushil ji.” #RealHero.”

The former Indian cricketer also acknowledged the supreme kindness shown by bus conductor Paramjit, who assisted Sushil in saving Pant’s life.

Laxman wrote, “Also a special mention to the bus conductor, Paramjit, who helped Rishabh along with the driver, Sushil. So grateful to these selfless people who had big brains and big hearts. Gratitude to them and all who helped Of.”

Meanwhile, officials at Dehradun’s Max Hospital, where Pant is undergoing treatment, have informed the media that the results of the MRI scan conducted on the cricketer’s brain and spinal cord have come back ‘normal’.

Earlier, Pant received warm wishes of support and prayers for his well-being from across the world, including Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Uttarakhand government have promised to provide the best healthcare to India’s cricket icon.


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