Beautiful Bride Killed in Helicopter Crash on the Way to Her Wedding (Video)

The video you are about to watch captures the last moments of a beautiful bride-to-be as she heads to her wedding with her brother, a pilot, and a photographer who was 6 months pregnant. Little did any of them know that they would only make it as far as a mile away from the church.

Everything seems to be going well and they are smiling as the photographer videos, just outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rosemere do Nascimento Silva wanted to land in style, surprising her 300 guests and groom. Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worse.

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Fox News reports:

The helicopter crashed nearly a mile away from the site of the reception, the Daily Record reported. The video of the May 2016 crash has just emerged on Brazilian media.

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The helicopter apparently hit bad weather. Police and air crash investigators were looking into reports that it might have hit a tree amid poor visibility with rain, fog, and clouds.

The pastor reportedly gave the drim news to the groom, Udirley Damasceno, at the altar. The man was said to go into total shock.

There were eight firetrucks who rushed to the scene of the crash. However, there was nothing rescuers could do to save any of the four victims in time.

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