After the initial reports of Shane Warne suffering a heart attack, the autopsy reports have confirmed that he died of a natural cause. The Legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne passed away on Friday at his villa during his trip to Thailand. The entire cricketing fraternity and the fans of the former cricketer were in a state of shock. He died at the young age of 52.
Krissana Pattanacharoen, deputy national police spokesman in his statement said that autopsy has confirmed that Warne died of a natural cause. “Investigators received an autopsy report today in which a forensic doctor concludes the death was due to natural causes. Investigators will conclude the autopsy reports and send them to the state prosecutor as soon as possible.”
It has been understood that the family has been informed about the development and they have come to terms with it. “His father said he (Warne) had been suffering chest pains and was planning to return home for a check-up after this trip,” Surachate told reporters.
Warne’s body will now be taken to Bangkok to hand it over to Australian diplomats. Australia will give Shane Warne a state funeral.
The family members of Warne also have made brief statements. Warne’s parents said that it is impossible for them to imagine the future without their son. Warne’s Daughter, Summer Warne said that she would have hugged his father a little tighter had she known about the upcoming events. “I wish I could’ve told you that everything was going to be OK and hold your hand,” she added.
Jackson Warne recalled playing golf and gambling, as well as watching Australian rules football while eating pizza with his father, who was his closest friend.
“I love you so much. I don’t think anything is ever going to fill the void you have left in my heart. You were truly the best father and mate anyone could’ve asked for. I love you so much Dad, see you soon,” he said.