Andrew Symonds’ Sister Louise Symonds, Leaves Heartfelt Message At Crash Site.
On Sunday morning, the world was shocked to learn of Andrew Symonds’ death. On Saturday night, the former Australian cricket team all-rounder was killed in a car accident outside Townsville, Queensland. According to police, emergency personnel attempted to resuscitate him, but he died as a result of his injuries after the car left the road and rolled. The Brisbane Courier-Mail published photos of a vehicle on its roof and skid marks on the road. Former cricketers and celebrities paid tribute to the world champion, who played 26 Tests and 198 one-day internationals between 1998 and 2009. However, one touching note stood out. On Sunday, Symonds’ sister Louise paid a visit to the accident site and left an emotional handwritten note.
“Gone far too soon!” the note said. “Rest in peace Andrew. I wish we had one more day, one more phone call. My heart is broken. I will always love you my brother.”
Mia Glover, a Channel 9 reporter, tweeted a photo of Andrew Symonds’ Sister note At Crash Site
Glover told FIVEaa radio on Monday, according to foxsports.com.au, that she could “There are numerous brake marks on the road from where his car veered off before rolling. Police have no idea why he left the road at this point.”
According to police, emergency personnel attempted to resuscitate him, but he died as a result of his injuries after the car left the road and rolled.
Lachlan Henderson, chairman of Cricket Australia, said the sport had lost “another of its very best.” “Andrew was a generational talent who was instrumental in Australia’s World Cup success as well as part of Queensland’s rich cricket history,” he added.