Australian cricket legend Andrew Symonds has tragically passed on to the great beyond in a automobile crash. News Corp, by way of australia.au, says that his circle of relatives have ‘showed his passing, and liked peoples’ sympathy and very best needs, and requested that their privateness be revered’.
The 46-year-old used to be eager about a unmarried automobile coincidence close to town of Townsville at round 11pm on Saturday May 14 (native time), roughly 50 kilometres from Symonds’ house in Townsville. Reports recommend that his automobile rolled after leaving the street close to the Alice River Bridge.
Queensland Police launched a commentary that learn: “Early information indicates, shortly after 11pm the car was being driven on Hervey Range Road, near Alice River Bridge when it left the roadway and rolled.
“Emergency services and products tried to restore the 46-year-old motive force and sole occupant, on the other hand, he died of his accidents. The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.”
Symonds played 26 Tests for Australia and will widely be remembered for the way he burst onto the scene at the 2003 World Cup when he emerged on the international stage with a match-winning hundred against Pakistan. His blistering hundreds against England and India will also be remembered for a long time.
After retiring, Symonds worked as a commentator for Fox Sports, enhancing his reputation as a fan’s favourite even further despite not even being on the cricket pitch. Fans enjoyed his expert knowledge but also were able to fall in love with his humour and wit.
Tributes have temporarily emerged from those that labored along Symonds. Retired participant and now trainer Jason Gillespie wrote on Twitter: “Horrendous news to wake up to. Utterly devastated. We are all gonna miss you mate.”
Fellow commentator Kerry O’Keeffe additionally wrote: “Hearts broken again. If we were Ted Lasso, he was our Roy Kent, called it straight, didn’t bluff, was true to himself, loyal, quirky. Will be missed forever.”