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Former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds Died died in a road accident. 50 km from Townsville, Australia on Saturday night. Accident happened away. The car had rolled down the road.
Former Australia cricketer Andrew Symonds in road accident (Andrew Symmonds Death) I lost my life. On Saturday night, his car overturned down the road in the Queensland city of Townsville, in which he was seriously injured and then died. The entire cricketing world is in mourning due to the death of Symonds. Recently, Australia’s great cricketer Shane Warne died of a heart attack and now two-time world champion Symonds also left the world. Let us tell you that like Symonds, many cricketers have lost their lives in a similar road accident in the past. Let us tell you those 5 cricketers who died tragically in a car accident.
- Former England cricketer Ben Halliock also died in a road accident. Ben Hollyc was just 24 years old. In Perth, her car lost control and hit a wall directly. The entire cricket world was in mourning due to the death of this cricketer, who made his debut for England at the age of just 19. Ben played 2 Tests and 20 ODIs for England.
- West Indies’ best batsman Runako Morton also lost his life in a car accident. He was only 33 years old. Runako’s car rammed into a pole on the Salmon Highway in Trinidad. Runako Morton played 15 Tests, 56 ODIs and 7 T20Is for the West Indies.
- Former West Indies all-rounder Laurie Williams also lost her life in a road accident. In Jamaica, his car collided with an oncoming bus in which he and his younger brother were killed. Laurie Williams was only 33 years old. All-rounder Laurie Williams played 15 ODIs for West Indies.
- English cricketer Tom Maynard, who played for Glamorgan, also died in a similar accident. Actually this cricketer was intoxicated with drugs, after which the police chased him. While running from the police, he collided with the tube train and lost his life. Maynard was just 23 years old and played 48 First Class and 63 List A matches.
- A talented Indian cricketer also lost his life in a road accident. In the year 1992, Punjab’s first class cricketer Dhruv Pandove lost his life in a road accident, he was just 18 years old. The left-handed batsman made his first-class debut at the age of just 13 and was considered the future of India. At the age of just 14, Dhruv Pandov scored his first first-class century against Jammu and Kashmir. But on January 31, 1992, he died in a road accident near Ambala.