Former Australian All-Rounder Andrew Symonds Dies in a Car Accident
Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds, 48, has died in a road accident. Andrew Symonds dies in a road accident in Harvey, Queensland, on Saturday (May 14) local time. Cricket Australia has confirmed this information on its website. The car overturned in the middle of the night on Townsville Road. Queensland Police are investigating the incident, which took place at Harvey Range, about 50 kilometers from Townsville.
Queensland Police said in a statement: “Symonds’ car was traveling on Harvey Range Road near the Alice River Bridge. The car fell off the road around 11 pm. Authorities opposed the protest with all available police forces, special services, and the army. ”
Symonds was accompanied by his wife Laura and two children, who are still alive. Less than two months after Shane Warne died of a heart attack in Thailand, another Australian cricketer died in Peru.
Cricket Australia chief Lakhlan Henderson has said that one of the best cricketers in Australia (Symonds) has died. He was one of the best of the generation. Part of Queensland’s rich cricket history. He is a key member of Australia’s two World Cup-winning teams.
The Australian all-rounder has played 26 Tests, 198 ODIs, and 14 Twenty20 Internationals for the country. He was known for his strong batting, brilliant bowling, and great fielding. Andrew Symonds has won two World Cups for Australia. Australia also picked up a 122-run victory in the Sydney Test against India in 2006 with a great 182-run unbeaten innings.
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