Rishabh Pant brain and spine MRI scan normal after car crash
New Delhi : Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant's result for MRI of brain and spine have come out normal. He had to undergo plastic surgery to manage his facial injuries. The cricketer had suffered a serious car incident near Roorkee, Uttarakhand on Friday morning.
Meanwhile, doctors have postponed MRI scan of his ankle and knee till December 31 because he was feeling a lot of pain and swelling.
The doctors have informed that Rishabh Pant’s condition is currently stable, conscious and oriented. In the Medical Bulletin, the doctors have informed that he had sustained multiple injuries on right hand, forearm and leg. There were wounds over forehead and near eyebrow. There are also multiple graze abrasions on the back.
Pant's car collided with a divider on Friday morning. Rishabh Pant has confirmed that he was driving the car. He also noted that he fell asleep due to which the accident happened. Rishabh Pant was initially taken to a local hospital Saksham. Later, he was moved to Max Hospital in Dehradun.