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Australia Wicketkeeping Legend Rodney Marsh Flown To Adelaide From Bundaberg

Marsh, who remains in induced coma, had suffered a massive heart attack on February 24

Australia Wicketkeeping Legend Rodney Marsh Flown To Adelaide From Bundaberg

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 March 2022 3:49 AM GMT

ADELAIDE: Legendary Australian cricketer Rod Marsh will now be treated at the Royal Adelaide Hospital after the 74-year-old was flown out of Bundaberg in a critical-but-stable condition.

Marsh, who remains in induced coma, had suffered a massive heart attack on February 24.

A SMH report on Wednesday quoting a Bundaberg Hospital spokesperson said that Marsh had been "transferred interstate on Monday in a critical but stable condition".

His son Paul, who is the former chief executive of the Australian Cricketers' Association, had issued a statement on February 27, saying, "At the moment, this is a waiting game and we are unlikely to have any certainty for some time.

"We know there is a lot of interest in dad's condition and our family has been overwhelmed by the messages of love and support from all around the world. We have listened to and read every one of them and are incredibly grateful.

"He is currently in the fight of his life and remains in an induced coma in critical condition." IANS

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