She died in a dress of joy.. The death of an Egyptian bride before her wedding
Archive photo of a bride in a wedding dress.
One of the Egyptian governorates witnessed a tragic incident, where a bride died after returning from buying a wedding dress, and the second day of Eid al-Adha was scheduled to be her wedding date, but the bride was killed in a traffic accident with her wedding dress.
The details of the incident began, according to the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Watan, when the 23-year-old bride, Ola Al-Saeed, began the final preparations for her wedding, and agreed with her fiancé to buy the wedding dress. Which they went to, then they went out with her dress of joy and took a taxi heading from the city of Desouq in the Kafr El-Sheikh governorate to their village, but the car overturned with them in a waterway "canal" near the train station of the village of Sanhour.
Passers-by tried to get those in the car out, and everyone escaped to the bride, who was hugged by her sister, screaming: "My sister is dead, my sister is going to bleed her to heaven instead of her groom, Ola is dead."
One of the eyewitnesses said that those present at the scene of the accident realized that the deceased was a bride who was preparing for her wedding, after they found Farah's dress submerged in water and the girl's sister saying: "Why did you die and leave us before your wedding?"
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