West Indies quick bowler, Oshane Thomas, as of late met with an auto collision in Jamaica. It is accounted for that the vehicle upset after an impact with another vehicle. The episode occurred on Highway 2000 close to Old Harbor in St. Catherine in Jamaica.
The West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) gave an announcement with respect to the mishap. Thomas is right now recovering from his wounds. The quick bowler is responsive and cognizant in the emergency clinic after the setback.
“WIPA stretches out all the best to West Indies and Jamaica quick bowler Oshane Thomas, who was associated with an engine vehicle mishap on Sunday, February 16, in Jamaica,”
The 23-year old Jamaican played his universal match back in January against Ireland at Grenada. Right now, Oshane Thomas isn’t a piece of the West Indies plans for the Sri Lankan visit.
“Thomas was supposedly engaged with a two-vehicle impact on Highway 2000 close to Old Harbor in St. Catherine and was taken to emergency clinic. WIPA’s official and staff might want to stretch out our feelings to Oshane Thomas. We wish for him a rapid and full recuperation,” included the announcement.
Oshane Thomas made his T20I and ODI debut during West Indies’ visit to India in 2019. He is scheduled to put on the pinks of Rajasthan Royals in the up and coming release of IPL. In the 29 games for West Indies, the Jamaican has gotten 36 scalps in both ODIs and T2OIs.