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Former Kiwi allrounder very serious; follow live

Chris Cairns health update: Bad news, former New Zealand star Chris Cairns on life support after collapsing; Follow live updates

Chris Cairns Health Update – Chris Cairns Critical: Bad news, former New Zealand star Chris Cairns on life support after collapsing from heart problem; Follow live updates: Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns is on life support at a Sydney hospital after recently collapsing with a health problem in Australia. Cairns, 51, had undergone several operations after suffering from a heart problem but failed to respond to treatment as hoped and was later transferred to Sydney Hospital – Follow all updates on Carins Health

@ 6:00 am; Chris Cairns Health Update – Transferred to Sydney Hospital: A Sydney hospital has confirmed former Black Caps great Chris Cairns is in “A serious but stable condition” in his intensive care unit. According to Stuff, he has had several operations since then, but has not responded to treatment as hoped. Cairns was transferred to St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney on Tuesday evening.

Former Kiwi allrounder very serious; follow live

Cairns, the son of former New Zealand versatile Lance Cairns, played 62 tryouts and 215 one-day internationals for his country between 1989-2006.

@ 9:30 p.m .: Chris Cairns Health Update – The latest from Sydney is that former New Zealand cricketer Cairns is critical and is not responding favorably to treatment.

@ 5.15pm: He should be transferred to Sydney.

@ 5:00 p.m .: Chris Cairns remains critical and on life support.

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Newshub said Cairns had an aortic dissection in his heart in Canberra last week. An aortic dissection is a tear in the main artery in the body.

Bad news, former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns on life support after collapsing from heart problem – Report

The New Zealand players’ union was unable to comment immediately.

A spokesperson for New Zealand Cricket said the council respects Cairns’ right to privacy and declined to comment on the situation.

Cairns played 62 tests, 215 one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches for New Zealand between 1989 and 2006 before becoming a television expert.

Bad news, former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns on life support after collapsing from heart problem – Report

Cairns was one of the best all-rounders of its time, especially in the shorter formats. His father Lance also represented New Zealand in cricket.

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