Andrew Symonds, ex cricketer of Australia dies in a car crash
Andrew Symonds, ex-cricketer of Australia dies in a car crash
Previous Australian Test cricketer Andrew Symonds has been killed in a Queensland auto accident. The 46-year-old was engaged in a solitary vehicle crash late on Saturday.
Police are examining the accident, which happened at Hervey Range, around 50km from Townsville.
“Early data shows, soon after 11 pm the vehicle was being driven on Hervey Range Road, close to Alice River Bridge when it left the street and rolled,” Queensland Police said in a proclamation.
“Crisis administrations endeavored to restore the 46-year-old driver and sole tenant, in any case, he passed on from his wounds.”
Andrews’ family has requested security.
Previous Australian commander Allan Border honored Symonds, who played 26 Tests for Australia and was a group # 1 in the short arrangement game as a major hitting allrounder.
“He hit the ball far and simply needed to engage. He was, as it were, a tad of an antiquated cricketer, “Border told the Nine Network.
Lately Symonds had filled in as a TV observer for Fox Sports and was a standard on the mouthpiece for Big Bash League communicates.
“He was a globe-trotter. Adored his fishing, he cherished climbing, setting up camp, ”Border said.
Symonds, nicknamed ‘Roy’, was charming on the field, frequently wearing zinc cream and on occasion donning dreadlocks.
“Individuals loved his extremely laid-back style,” Border said. “He lived in Townsville. At the point when I addressed him, I think he actually had 100 heads of dairy cattle he used to assemble.
“Symo away from the cameras and away from the spotlight, adored, I think, a touch of isolation and for that reason he cherished his fishing. Cherished his own time. “
Symonds’ passing follows the shock death of cricketing peer Shane Warne, who kicked the bucket in March in Thailand.
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