Andrew Symonds Death: Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds died in a car accident, fans mourn
Andrew Symonds Death: Today was a disappointing day for the cricket world. Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds, 46, has passed away. According to reports, Andrew Symonds died in a car accident in Townsville on Saturday night. Several attempts were made to save him, but all were unsuccessful. Police said that he suffered serious injuries in the road accident.
Fans mourn the death of Andrew Symonds. Let us tell you that the famous former Australian player Shane Warne also passed away recently.
how did the accident happen?
According to Queensland Police, the accident happened around 10:30 pm in the Harvey Range, about 50 km west of the city. Police immediately reached the spot after getting information about the accident. Initial investigation revealed that the car overturned on the road due to high speed. Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds was in the car.
Police said the accident happened near Ellis River Bridge. Andrew Symonds was taken to hospital by ambulance. Where doctors tried hard to save Andrew Symonds, but failed. Doctors said Symonds suffered serious injuries in the accident. He was alone in the car. Despite all efforts, Andrew could not be saved.
Andrew Symonds, 46, has passed away, leaving his fans devastated. Meanwhile, former Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist shared his grief through a tweet. He said it was very painful.
This year the Australian cricket world has said goodbye. Australian players Rod Marsh and Shane Warne also passed away in the same year. However, after the death of Andrew, the hearts of the fans are broken.
Symonds’ cricket career
Andrew Symonds, who made his ODI debut on 10 November 1998, scored 5088 runs in 198 ODIs for Australia, including 5 centuries and 30 half-centuries. Symonds made his Test debut on 8 March 2004 and scored 1462 runs in 26 matches. Symonds scored 2 centuries and 10 half-centuries in Test cricket.