Jamshedpur, July 13: Rajnish Kumar, Centennial District Governor of Lions Clubs International of District 322 A comprising of Jharkhand and Bihar, met with a serious road accident near Ormanhji while he was on way to Hazaribagh to attend club installation function last Wednesday.
His car collided with a divider while negotiating a speedy truck that applied brake all of a sudden. The impact of the crash made him unconscious and he was taken out of the car with the help of local people and policeman, who rushed to the spot.
Kumar was immediately taken to the nearby Medanta Hospital (earlier Apollo) by National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) ambulance. His driver escaped narrowly with small cut in the eye.
Kumar suffered multiple injuries in head, neck, back and eyes. On hearing the news, more than 150 Lion members from Ranchi, Hazaribag, and Ramgarh rushed to the hospital and took care of all the urgent medical care. Many government officials too met him in the hospital and ensured best possible medical treatment.
CT scan, ultrasound, X-ray, ECG were conducted, but fortunately he suffered no internal injuries. He was released after two days of observation.
Rajnish Kumar is now back to Jamshedpur and getting re-checked by the specialist at Tata Main Hospital.
The Lions fraternity is eagerly waiting for his early recovery and back to social service projects in the Centennial Year of Lions Clubs International.