The mystery deepened in the last hours before the death of former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds in a car accident on Saturday. His sister told DailyMail.co.uk the family had no idea what Symonds was doing on the deserted road the night of the accident. The former off-roader was killed in a car accident west of Townsville, Queensland. He leaves behind his wife Laura and two children.

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The report said his sister Louise Symonds said she wished she could spend one more day with her brother. She further said that my brother would come back and spend time with the family. Lewis was quoted in the report as saying: “The accident was very terrible. We don’t know what Symonds was doing there. Two of Symonds’ dogs survived the accident. According to the report, two locals, Babetha Nelliman and Waylon Townson, were involved in it. the accident.” he arrived at the scene within minutes to find the former cricketer bleeding in the car.

Both tried to approach Symonds, but a dog did not let the person pass. “One of the dogs was very sensitive and didn’t want to leave him. Every time we tried to take him to the hospital or get close to him, he would just growl at us,” Neliman said according to the report. Neliman said: “My partner tried to get Symonds out of the car so he could sit down properly. The car was completely damaged.”

Significantly, Symonds had a brilliant career. He has scored 5088 runs in 198 ODIs. During this, Symonds has scored 6 centuries and 30 half centuries. He too has taken 133 wickets while performing all-around in this format. He has scored 1462 runs in 26 Test matches and has 24 wickets to his name. Symonds has also earned 14 T20 caps. He has also performed well in domestic games.

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