Mr Exeter and his mother Kelly Exeter were travelling on a bustling Perth highway on Friday afternoon when a canopy flew off a vessel that was travelling in front of their car. The comfortless occurrence has been described as a weird accident.
Mr Exeter suffered from “catastrophic mind damage” according to a post on amicable media by his wife. She pronounced he was incompetent to redeem from his endless injuries. Mr Exeter’s mother sat by him in sanatorium holding his hand. He died on Sunday night.
“To contend we are ravaged is an understatement. For Jaden, Mia and me, he was a romantic pivot a universe rotated on,” wrote Mrs Exeter.
Mr Exeter played for a Rockingham Flames in Perth, who posted a reverence to a 41-year-old online.
“It is with measureless unhappiness that a Rockingham Flames have turn wakeful of a flitting of Anthony Exeter this evening, as a outcome of a comfortless accident,” a group wrote.
“The Rockingham Flames Family join with a whole basketball village in promulgation their intense magnetism to his family and friends.”
Mr Exeter is survived by his mother and his son and daughter Jaden and Mia.