Andrew Symonds’ sister penned a heartbreaking note, which she left at the car crash site as the cricket world mourns the death of the famous all-rounder.
The 46-year-old died on Saturday night when his car veered off the road and rolled over. A couple tried to revive him, but he had no pulse.
Symonds’ sister Louise visited the car accident scene on Sunday, placing a note expressing her loss.
“Gone far too soon!” the note read. “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.”
Queensland Police are investigating the matter as the reason for his car crash is still unknown.
Symonds’ death is another loss for the Australian cricket, which had already bid farewell to Shane Warne and Rod Marsh earlier this year.
Taking to Instagram, Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon wrote about his sadness.
“I am heartbroken by the news we all woke up to this morning. It was only 2 months ago at Warnie’s memorial service, Roy and I had a good chat, and both agreed it was to young to leave us … now this!” Lyon wrote.
“RIP mate, a true legend of the game we love and inspiration to so many! My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, kids and friends!”