Former cricketer Shane Warne was in Thailand with four friends. It was here on March 4 that he died due to heart attack (20 minutes to save Shane Warne).
Friend tried for 20 minutes to save Shane Warne, Thailand Police told what happened at the last moment
Shane Warne passed away at the age of 52. He had gone for a holiday in Thailand. Four of his friends tried to save him for about 20 minutes but Shane Warne could not escape. Thailand Police has given this information. Police said they did not know the cause of death but were not treating it as a suspicious death. Shane Warne died on 4 March due to a heart attack. This player is counted not only in Australia but also among the great cricketers of the world. He gave a new identity to the art of leg spin and achieved a lot of success through it.
Police said that Shane Warne and his three friends were staying in a private villa in Koh Samui. When Warne did not come for dinner, a friend of his went to his room. There he was found in an unconscious state. The news agency Reuters quoted police officer Chetchevin Nakmusik as saying, ‘The friend gave CPR (artificial breathing and chest compressions) and called an ambulance. During this, an emergency response team reached the spot and again CPR was given for 10-20 minutes. By then an ambulance arrived from the Thai International Hospital to take them away. He gave CPR for five minutes but by then Shane Warne was dead.
Thailand Police said that after their initial investigation, no suspiciousness was found in Shane Warne’s death.
Australian Foreign Ministry officials to visit Thailand
Australian Foreign Minister Maris Paine said officials had spoken to Warne’s friends in Thailand. He will go to Koh Samui on March 5 to help further. A statement issued by him said, ‘We are working with the Thai authorities to work on the work after his death. Help will be given to bring his dead body.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that his funeral will be done with state honours. At the same time, Cricket Australia has announced to name the southern stand of Melbourne Cricket Ground after Shane Warne.