The first person to call triple-zero after South Australian batsman Phillip Hughes was felled by a cricket ball is expected to give evidence at a Sydney inquest on Wednesday.
The evidence from then-Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust employee Scott Henderson comes after it was confirmed the bowler who delivered the fatal ball will not be called to testify in person.
Hughes was hit on the side of the neck by a short ball from NSW bowler Sean Abbott during a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground in November 2014.
The inquest at Sydney's Downing Centre has heard the 25-year-old's family is concerned he was unfairly targeted by short balls before he was hit.
A NSW coroner's court spokesman on Tuesday confirmed Abbott, who has provided a written statement, would not be required.
The inquest is also expected to hear from Cricket NSW staff on Wednesday.