Andrew Symonds Accident: After a car accident, a witness describes desperate efforts to preserve Andrew Symonds’ life: ‘My boyfriend attempted to extricate him from the vehicle.’
On Saturday night, Andrew Symonds killed in a car accident.
A Witness revealed regarding the Andrew Symonds Accident
Andrew Symonds tragically died in a car accident on Saturday night, leaving the cricket community in grief. So Cricket Australia announced the devastating news on Sunday, citing a statement from Queensland Police. Symonds was regarded as one of the best all-rounders of his generation and was one of just three Australians to score 5000 runs and take 100 wickets.
Symonds, 46, died in an automobile accident on Hervey Range Road near the Alice River Bridge in Queensland, Australia, after his car off the road and rolled, according to the police statement. Also a witness has recently recounted the desperate attempts to save Andrew Symonds’ life; she discovered Symonds in his truck two minutes after the accident, along with his dogs, who both survived.
Witness found no Pulse on Andrew Symonds
One of them was quite sensitive and didn’t want to leave him.” “Every time we tried to move him or go close to him, it would simply growl at us.”
She went on to say that her partner tried to save Symonds but couldn’t since he didn’t have a pulse.
“My partner attempted to lift (Symonds) from the automobile and place him on his back. The witness stated, “He was unconscious, not responsive, and had no pulse.”
An inspector also stated that there was no indication that alcohol was involved, and that neighborhood neighbors were present when paramedics came.
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He continued, “I believe they provided whatever support they could at the time and phoned 000 and emergency services.”
Following the untimely deaths of Shane Warne and Rod Marsh in March. Symonds is the third Australian cricket icon to pass away this year.
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