Newsdesk – Andrew Symonds, the Australian cricket dies in a car accident. He was 46.

According to the information, Queensland police has stated Symonds car crashed when he was driving on Hervey Range Road near Alice River Bridge when his car left the road started rolling. He was the lone person in the car when the accident happened.

Symonds was known as  proactive fielder on the cricket ground. It makes quite clear that he was a obvious athlete too.

On the Surrey Cricket account of Twitter, a post is written in which it is said a minute silence will be observed before play on day 4 of LV= Insurance County Championship Match between Surrey and Kent at The county ground Beckenham. It is also written that the players will also wear armbands as a mark of respect to Andrew Symonds who had players for both the clubs.