Andrew Symonds’ sister leaves heartfelt letter at the crash siteAuthor: Yuvi May 16, 2022
Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds died in a car accident on Saturday night. It was a blow to the cricketing world as well as to the Symonds family. Symonds’ sister left a heartwarming letter at the car crash site. He said that no one knew what Symonds was doing in the deserted place on the night of the accident.
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The former all-rounder has died in a car accident west of Townsville, Queensland. He leaves behind his wife Laura and two children.
As Dailymail.co.uk reports, her sister Louise Symonds left a touching letter at the crash site, saying she wished she could spend just one more day with her brother.
Quoting Lewis, the report said, “It (the accident) is terrifying. We just don’t know (what Andre Symonds was doing there),” she said, “I wish we had another day, another Phone call. My heart is broken. I will love you always my brother.”
Two of Symonds’ dogs survived the accident. According to the report, two locals, Babetha Neliman and Waylon Townson, were at the scene within minutes of the accident and saw the former cricketer “partially hanging from the vehicle on the passenger side” and the car was still moving and Music was playing.
The two tried to contact Symonds, but one of the dogs did not allow them. The report quoted Neliman as saying, “One of them (the dog) was very sensitive and didn’t want to leave him. Whenever we tried to carry him or approach him, he would just growl at you.” “
“My partner tried to get (Symonds) out of the car so that he could be put on his back. He was unconscious, not reacting, and had no pulse,” Neliman said.
The report said, “A broken window could be seen where Symonds’s 4WD (4-wheel drive) hit the embankment, the contents of his car scattered in weeds. A single fishing lure was half-buried in the grass. Went to the tangled underground, cable ties and broken glass.”