Shane Warne had chest pain before going to Thailand. After this, he also talked to the doctor. Thailand Police has given this information. Shane Warne died on March 4 in Koh Samui, Thailand. The cause of his death ( Shane Warne’s Heart Attack ) is believed to be a heart attack. Thailand police officer Yuttana Sirisombat told reporters he had asthma and even showed a doctor his heart.
We have got this information from his family that he had chest pain when he was in his country. Police said that blood was also found in Shane Warne’s room. However, it was Warne’s blood that came out after giving CPR. Thailand police are not treating the death of 52-year-old Shane Warne as suspicious.
Police Found Blood In Shane Warne Room
Shane Warne went to Thailand’s Koh Samui island for a three-month vacation with three friends. There he died. His friend had invited him for dinner, but he was found unconscious. After this, CPR was given, but Warne could not be saved. Provincial Police Commander Satit Palpinit said blood was found in Warne’s room.
When he was given CPR, some liquid came out of his mouth, along with a cough. Also, blood was coming. skynews.com.au quoted him as saying, ‘There was a lot of blood in his room. When CPR started, there was a lot of liquid coming out with a cough, and blood was coming.
Warne told the manager what had happened.
Shane Warne’s manager James Erskine told Fox Cricket that he was in Thailand for a three-month vacation. It had been only three days since he had arrived. When he died, he was watching cricket alone in his room.
Erskine said, ‘He was about to go out to drink, or maybe he was going to meet someone. Andrew Neofitu knocked on the door at 5:15 because Warney was always on time. Then Neo got something wrong. He gave Warne breath through his mouth and gave CPR.
Shane Warne’s body will be taken for autopsy on March 6. The forensic team has examined the villa. Along with this, the statements of all his friends have also been taken. His friends are still in shock. Warne’s body may be taken to Australia soon.