Andrew Symonds died at age 46

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Andrew Symonds died at age 46

Ex-cricketer and two-time World Cup winner Andrew Symonds died at age 46. The death’s reason was a traffic tragedy that happened on Saturday.

The crash took place close to Townsville in Queensland, Andrew’s home state.

“Recent news tells that about 11 pm the car was riding along Hervey Range Road, near the Alice River Bridge. Rescue service tried to save the life of the 46-year-old driver, but the victim died from his damage,” representatives of the police station said.

Andrew Symonds was alone in the car at the time of the crash

According to sources, Andrew Symonds was alone in the automobile at the time of the crash.

Shoaib Akhtar, a star of Pakistani cricket, was one of the first to speak about Andrew’s premature passing.

“I would be absolutely destroyed when I heard about the passing of Andrew Symonds. We had a fantastic connection on and off the arena. I pray for him and his relatives,” Akhtar said.

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