Marriage is beautiful and loveliest moment of the people’s life. Marriage is a process by which two people make their relationship public and official. Marriage is the bonding of two people that putatively lasts until death but not in most cases some get often divorced or one of their partners dead. The loveliest moment can turn into tragedy also after some time and this happened to a couple. The couple who had just gotten married to each other and was starting their journey together a tragedy happened and leaves everyone in a state of grief and great shock, especially the groom.
A bride leaving her wedding reception was killed when a woman driving under the influence and well over twice the speed limit slammed into the back of a golf cart on a South Carolina beach road.
The bride who dead now identified as Samantha Miller who was 34 years old. Miller got married early four hours before this accident. The groom was also injured and now he is at Aric Hutchinson Hospital where he was recovering from a Brain injury and several broken bones.
Bride Leaving Her Wedding Reception
Grooms mother created the GoFound page including the newlyweds photo to pay for her daughter in law funeral and her son’s medical bill. We can’t understand how his mother felt thinking about this tragedy and how her heart is in great sorrow. She doesn’t even think that this will happen their loveliest and most beautiful moments turns into tragedy. We don’t understand how a mother feels and for a groom what he feel when he heard this dead news about his bride after recovery. He will be broken down.
According to the investigators, A bride leaving her wedding reception was killed when a woman driving under the influence and well over twice the speed limit slammed into the back of a golf cart on a South Carolina beach road on Friday around 10 p.m. Three others were also injured including the groom. The accused was arrested and identified as Komorosoki who is 25 years old and charged with reckless driving on three counts and causing the death of one person. She faces one to 25 years in prison on each DUI count. Komoroski remained in the Charleston County jail Monday afternoon and records did not indicate if she had a lawyer. Follow us for more updates.