Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant met with a serious accident on his way to Roorkie. He complained of being looted while he requested the gathered men to call for an ambulance.
Indian cricketer and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant met with an accident. Wicketkeeper complained that the gathered crowd instead of helping him were busy looting him. Since the news of this went public, the netizens became furious. India’s wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant car collided with a divider following which it caught fire. The cricketer just managed to jump out of the car in time. Later, he was rushed to a local hospital. During the accident, the cricketer sustained serious injuries, but remains in a stable condition. #RishabhPantAccident and #UrvashiRautela trended soon after. As if Rishabh Pant’s Accident wasn’t enough, the gathered crowd went on a looting spree and stole cash from one of his bags.
Looting after Rishabh Pant’s accident makes netizens furious; cricketer praised for resilience
Following Rishabh Pant’s accident, crowd gathered at the spot. In spite of the gravity of the situation, the gathered crowd were busy in looting his belongings. Pant contacted on his own to get the ambulance. As soon as the news spread, people on social media became clearly furious about the looting.
Video of Rishabh Pant’s accident goes viral, shows the cricketer drenched in blood
A video that is doing the rounds on social media shows Rishabh Pant soaked in blood. Also, the locals are helping the cricketer with blankets. PTI reports that the driver and other staff of a Haryana Roadways bus passing by helped the cricketer get out of the burning car and that the car was completely charred in the accident. However, there were others who reported that some onlookers stole his money scattered on the road, while others were kind enough to hand it over to the cricketer.
“When he was brought to our hospital, he was fully conscious and I spoke to him. He wanted to surprise his mother and was going back home.”Dr. Sushil Nagar, Physician treating Pant in emergency mentioned.