On 7 March, Thai police announced the results of an autopsy on Australian cricket legend Shane Warne, concluding that Warne died of natural causes. Friday 11 March, his management business MPC Entertainment stated that the 52-year-old had died of a “suspected heart attack” on the Thai island of Koh Samui.
According to Reuters, deputy national police spokeswoman Kissana Phathanacharoen said the family had accepted the autopsy’s conclusions that the death was due to natural causes.
Inside the legal timeframe, “investigators will summarize the autopsy report for prosecutors,” Kissana said.
According to a Reuters report from the weekend, Thai police confirmed to reporters that Warne had suffered from asthma and cardiac problems, as well as chest pain in the days leading up to his de@th.
As Warne’s family finally broke their silence on their “never-ending misery” in the days following the cricket legend’s death on Monday, his body was transferred to Australian consulate officials in preparation for return to Australia.
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Melbourne To honor Warne, a name change is Proposed for the Stand
Sky Sports reports that Victoria’s minister for tourism and sport, Martin Pakula, has announced that a stand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground would soon be called “the SK Warne Stand” in tribute to the man widely regarded as the sport’s greatest bowler.
There is no better way to honor the best cricketer this state has produced than to rename the stand, Pakula added.
“That stand, however, it may be rebuilt, remodeled, or modified in the future, will always be known as the SK Warne Stand, since his legend will live on forever,”
In speaking about the decision to rename the stand, former Australian captain Ricky Ponting delivered a heartfelt homage to his close friend and teammate.
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