An eyewitness to the accident said he was shocked by the action taken to save his life.
How did the accident take place?
Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds has died in a car accident on Saturday evening at the age of 46. Australian cricketer Symonds has played 198 ODIs and 26 Tests for Australia.
Andrew Symonds, who dominated the world of cricket from 1999 to 2007, was killed in a car crash with Australian cricket legend Andrew Symonds in the Herv Range, about 50 kilometers from his hometown of Downsville, Australia.
Urgent help is also ineffective
A local resident who witnessed the accident said he was rushed to the scene of the accident and there was only one person in the car involved in the accident. The person was trapped inside the car. He said they tried to pull him out.
He also reported CPR for Andrew Symonds, who was out of breath. Following this, he said he checked his pulse. But he said there was no improvement in the body. The man said he had been given emergency assistance but could not save his life.
Police are investigating the Andrew Symonds car crash with CCTV footage of the area.
But CCTV at the scene has been unresponsive since the crash took place outside the city. In this case the police are confused as to how the accident took place.