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Andrew Symonds, the previous Australian cricketer, who died in a automotive accident on Saturday night time, is just not solely missed by the cricket world and his fellows, but in addition by his dogs. He handed away on May fifteenth, as his automotive crashed, and spun off the street on the outskirts of the Townsville space of Queensland.
As investigations are carried on by the police, it has been learnt that his dogs fortunately survived the automotive accident, nonetheless, certainly one of them was not prepared to go away Andrew’s dead body. A feminine witness revealed that her accomplice tried to revive Andrew’s dead body however he died on the spot.
“When we got there we could see a car upside down with a man in it. One of them (the dog) was very sensitive and didn’t want to leave him. It would just growl at you every time we tried to move him or go near him,” the witness was quoted as saying by Australia’s Courier-Mail.
“My partner tried to get (Symonds) out of the car, to put him on to his back. He was unconscious, not responsive, and had no pulse,” she added.
Andrew, aged 46, was generally often known as ‘Roy’. The Australian cricket world was but to digest the lack of Shane Warne, who handed away on March 4th, 2022. And one other demise to mourn over occurred. In reality, Australian cricket has misplaced three cricketers inside a couple of months, as Rod Marsh handed away a couple of days earlier than Warne.
Symonds represented his nation in 26 Tests, 198 ODIs, and 14 T20Is. Apart from gathering 6887 worldwide runs, Symonds made his place via his interesting and energetic fielding. He made an impression as a consequence of his bullet-styled throws contained in the circle.
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