Sri Lanka fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara on Monday was involved in a horrific road accident in which a bike rider was killed, a Sri Lanka Cricket release stated. Kulasekara was later released on bail.The 28-year-old unidentified man lost control of his bike and rammed into Kulasekara’s car, who was coming from the opposite direction. The accident took place on the A-1 highway, which is considered to be one of the most dangerous roads in the country.”Preliminary inquiries have revealed that Mr Kulasekara was returning to Colombo from Kandy, when the unfortunate motorcycle rider who was travelling in the opposite direction had lost control of his bike whilst trying to overtake a bus and got flung into Mr Kulasekara’s path,” the release said.The 34-year-old cricketer retired from Tests in June this year to concentrate more on limited-overs cricket. The right-arm medium pacer has 48 wickets from 21 Tests at an average of 37.37. He has played 173 ODIs so far and has taken 186 wickets at 34.08.