Rugby star Rowan Baxter's wife has died of her injuries after the car fire which also killed her husband and their three children.
Police confirmed the 31-year-old died of her burns following the incident in Camp Hill, Brisbane, Australia.
Detectives are continuing to investigate the horrific incident, with witnesses reporting seeing a woman screaming "he's poured petrol on me".
Ex-National Rugby League player turned CrossFit coach Rowan was declared dead at the scene while Hannah was rushed to hospital.
Laianah, Aaliyah and Trey – their children aged six, four and three – were also found dead inside the burnt out car in Raven Street.
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In a statement, Queensland Police said: "Police can confirm a 31-year-old woman involved in a fatal vehicle fire at Camp Hill this morning has died.
"The woman succumbed to her injuries at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital early this evening.
"Two girls aged six and four along with a three-year-old boy were located deceased inside the vehicle on Raven Street around 8:30am.
"A 42-year-old man was also pronounced deceased and investigations surrounding the events which unfolded at the scene are continuing."
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Hannah and Rowan were reportedly involved in a custody battle and police had been called to previous incidents of violence, reports The Courier Mail.
The dad had been flooding his social media feeds with loving posts in the weeks before the fatal fire.
One photo showed him trading his young baby with the caption, “Goodnight my babies. Dad loves you.”
Reportedly the couple had been separated from months, but the couple were attempting to keep up the image of a happy family.
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Rowan is reportedly believed to have set the fire by pouring petrol inside the white Kia SUV.
He is then reported to have stabbed himself in the stomach outside the vehicle.
Hannah reportedly escaped the car as witnesses rushed to help while the horrific scene unfolded.
Queensland police were reportedly called to a family violence incident allegedly involving the couple in January.
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"Rowan was in a real bad place there for a bit because of the separation. He was struggling, " family friend Joey Abraham told Daily Mail Australia.
"He was going through depression, it wasn't so much his partner leaving him as much as access cut to the kids was the hardest thing for him to deal with.
"He wasn't coping at all.:
He added: "If you knew Rowan when he at his best and to see him like last week then you know how far he'd fallen. He was just a shadow of the person he used to be."
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Witnesses reported seeing Rowan in "all manner of states" as he grabbed a knife from the flaming car as bystanders tried to help.
Reportedly he became angry and was protesting for those coming to their aide to "stop putting it out".
Family friend Brian Cavanagh said the incident was “beyond comprehension”.
He said: "I couldn’t figure out how come Hannah was in the car with him."
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One photo on Facebook showed him cradling his young baby son with the caption, “Goodnight my babies. Dad loves you.”
It was accompanied with a picture of his smiling son, with the posts now being haunting to read following the tragedy.
Photos also show the fitness-focused family doing handstands at their gym.
And last month he posted a video of him messing around with the kids with the caption, “sweet dreams my babies. Love you to the moon”.
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Another video showed Rowan doing a handstand while the three children hit him with pool noodles in September.
He wrote: “Human piñatas. When mums away the kids will play and that’s including me.
“They smashed me for about an hour and the laughs were just uncontrollable.”
And another post from the same month includes the caption, “my wife does a brilliant job with the kiddies”.
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His social media pages however also include hints to ongoing troubles before the tragic fire.
One friend wrote: “Chin up brother everything will work out just hang in there my bro a lot of people care about you and the situation your facing.”
And in May last year, Baxter shared a a Facebook image with statistics about male suicide.
He wrote: “84 men a week take their own life. 75 per cent of all suicides are male. 25 per cent of men live with a mental illness.
“Men are less likely to get help. Speak out, talking saves lives.”
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