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Autopsy in Thailand shows Australian cricket legend Shane Warne died of natural causes

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Thai police said on Monday Thai police said an autopsy revealed the death of Australian cricketer Shane Warne on an island in Thailand last week.

Arne’s family has been informed of the results and has accepted the results. A deputy police spokesman said his body would be turned over to Australian consular officials to be returned to his family.

“Today investigators received the results of the autopsy, where the medical opinion was that the cause of death was self-evident,” Kissana Phathanacharoen said in a statement.

“Investigators will brief the results of the autopsy to prosecutors within the statutory timeframe.”

Wise people left memorial items including flowers, flags, an Australian sports shirt, a can of beans and a pack of cigarettes outside the villa on the northeast coast of Koh Samui, where Warne was found unconscious.

Warne, 52, one of the best bowling players of all time, whose talent and personality is unsurpassed in the sport, died on Friday, causing dedication, and the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called him “one of our nation’s greatest figures”.

Tom Hall, who was staying at the same resort where Warne was found unconscious in his room, said there were “no unusual circumstances” surrounding the famous former cricketer’s death.

Hall, chief executive officer of the Sporting News website, said none of Warne’s companions knew he was going to the doctor, although he had complained to a friend of “some chest pain” and breathless”.

Earlier, Thai police said Warne also suffered from asthma and some heart problems, citing information from his family.

Australian media say the Warne family’s funeral will be followed by a memorial service at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) within two or three weeks.

The Great Southern Stand at the MCG, where the shooter took his 700th cane on St Stephen’s Day 2006, will be renamed the SK Warne stand.

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