Shane Warne: Former Australian cricketer Gendarie leg-spinner Shane Warne, 52, was involved in a road accident on Sunday. Shane Warne with his son Jackson Warne.
Shane Warne: Former Australian cricketer Gendarie leg-spinner Shane Warne, 52, was involved in a road accident on Sunday. Sydney media reported that Shane Warne had an accident while riding his bike with his son Jackson Warne. Warne was on his way home from Melbourne with his son Jackson when the accident happened. Shane Warne was riding a bike weighing 300 kg at the time of the accident. Shane Warne, however, did not go to the hospital immediately after the accident. No injuries were found. However, he went to the hospital for a health check – up on Monday after suffering severe pain.
At the time of the accident, the bike lost control and fell off. Aala rolled and walked for about 15 km. However, Shane Warne sustained serious injuries to his lower back, ankle and ankle.
Warne shared the same thing with fans on a social media platform. Shane Warne is due to act as commentator for the Ashes series from December 8. Warne hoped he would recover quickly and be ready for duty.
Shane Warne has been left ‘battered and bruised’ after a motorcycle accident >>> https://t.co/CTrUIjnZgp
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