The Story Back Then- Three Bengal women’s cricket team selectors, along with their driver were gravely injured, after crashing into a parked truck on National Highway 2 in Burdwan. The selectors and the driver were admitted to a private hospital in Burdwan after this shocking incident took place. Bengal’s women team selectors Purnima Chaudhury, Shyama Sau, Chandana Mukharjee were travelling to Suri in Burbhum in a Toyota Innova, to watch an Under-23 cricket match. They were then supposed to attend a selection camp at Dubrajpur to select players from there, but things went haywire on the way.

What Actually Happened To Start With?

They started travelling from Kolkata at around 7 am. A little after two hours, their car got smashed into the parked truck beside the road. Locals ran to the spot and informed the police. Police personnel from Palsit police station arrived early and rescued all four persons. They rushed all four persons to a private hospital in Burdwan in ambulances of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI).

The police gave out a statement after getting details about the whole incident. They said: “Preliminary enquiry revealed that the driver had dozed off while driving the car and it hit with a truck parked by the side of the highway near Shaktigadrh.”

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Meanwhile, the Minister of Sports of State Laxmi, Ratan Shukla also came to know about the situation and said: “We are keeping eye on the situation and injured persons may get shifted to Kolkata and as of now all are stable.”

The Story That Went Viral Quite Recently About The Accident Of The Selectors

As per rules, no vehicles should be parked beside the national highway. Check here and get an experts understanding of the case, with minimal fuss. This case against the truck driver has been registered for illegal parking. This is what led to the accident. On the advice of car accident lawyers in McAllen, police took hold of the truck.

That was after searching for the driver for quite some time. Among the patients, Chandana, Shyama and driver Biswajit encountered multiple fractures and were treated in ICU. Purnima was admitted to the general ward of the Chittaranjan Advanced Medical Referral Institute (CAMRI) at Burdwan.

Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) Secretary Avishek Dalmiya reached Burdwan and said: “Cricket Association of Bengal is making arrangements to admit all three women to Apollo hospital in Kolkata on Monday.”

A member of the CABs apex committee at the hospital at Burdwan said: “We have talked to the doctors. The Chicago lawyers are examining for any traumatic brain injuries. The selectors are out of danger now which is good news. BCCI president Saurav Ganguly called me and enquired bout their health too. He advised us to give them the best treatment.”

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The Recent Update On The Accident Of The Selectors

It seems that the accident was a minor one. All the casualties have recovered with simple training from the ground. Ganguly would be relieved that the damage was minimized. Things are better now. The first-ever pink-ball Test also concluded in Team India’s favour. It was a huge success. Speaking of which if such a situation arises, it is essential not to leave the scene of an accident. Need to stay on and keep your calm.

The fans came pouring in, as they wanted to watch this spectacle. The tickets were sold out, days before the actual game. This would be an encouraging sign for both the BCCI and the ICC. They will now consider more day-night Test matches, which can really be a major attraction. It is a huge step in the right direction to say the least. Hopefully, things will be back on track in the upcoming days.