The ECB press release confirming “all players and management…are safe” when pedestrians were hit by a car in Melbourne.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed no England players or management employees were among the fourteen individuals disabled once a automotive stricken pedestrians in Melbourne on Thursday.
Two men were inactive following an occasion within the city’s central downtown, that left many individuals critically disabled.
Victoria Police believe the driving force deliberately stricken pedestrians at the intersection of Elizabeth Street and Flinders Street.
England area unit within the town getting ready for the fourth Ashes check against Australia and also the ECB confirmed all members of the traveling party area unit safe.
“Following the Flinders Street incident in Melbourne, all European nation players and management are accounted for and area unit safe,”