India wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant was "lucky to survive" after being injured in a serious car crash near his hometown of Roorkee, Uttarakhand on Friday.
The Delhi Capitals, Pant's Indian Premier League franchise, confirmed he had been moved to a second hospital following the incident that occurred between the towns of Manglaur and Narsan.
Local police said Pant's car collided with a road divider and caught fire, with images of the wrecked vehicle widely shared on social media.
"Pant sustained injuries on his forehead, a hand and right knee," said Swapn Kishor Singh, superintendent of Haridwar rural police, according to the Times of India.
"However, he is conscious and able to talk. The car he was driving was completely burnt. He is lucky to survive the severe accident."
Dr Dishant Yagnik, medical superintendent of Max Hospital in Dehradun, addressed media outlets outside the facility as he allayed fears over Pant's condition.
"We are still examining him. He is stable at the moment, there doesn't appear to be cause for major worry. Once the evaluation is complete, we will put out a detailed bulletin," he said.
"He is conscious, and he is talking, and the doctors are examining wherever he is saying there is discomfort.
"Orthopaedics and plastic surgeons are looking at him right now. And we are examining for any internal injuries."
Jay Shah, general secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), provided an update on social media, adamant Pant will get the required assistance from the BCCI.
"My thoughts and prayers are with Rishabh Pant as he fights his way back to recovery," Shah wrote.
"I have spoken to his family and the doctors treating him. Rishabh is stable and undergoing scans. We are closely monitoring his progress and will provide him with all the necessary support."
Pant represented India as recently as Sunday, when his haul of 93 runs led them to a second-Test victory over Bangladesh, sealing a 2-0 series win.