Wreckage is strewn at the scene of a fatal accident in Orange, Texas. AP
Nineteen-year-old Morgan and 20-year-old Boudreaux were pronounced dead on Friday at the scene by the same justice of the peace who had just married them.
Wedding cake, marriage licence and other personal items on a table of the deceased couple. AP
"I'm talking five minutes. You may kiss the bride," said Orange Police Cpt. Keith Longlois. "The family was right behind them. They were all going out to go to wherever they were going to have their reception," he said.
Longlois said they were "childhood sweethearts" who decided to be married by a popular Orange County Justice of the Peace Joy Dubose-Simonton.
He said the groom was driving when he tried to exit the driveway of the Justice of The Peace building onto a five-lane highway. A truck pulling a trailer carrying a heavy tractor slammed into their vehicle. The force was so great that witnesses said the car flipped multiple times before coming to rest in a ditch.
A group of friends and family gather to mourn Morgan's son Harley and his wife. AP
The driver of the truck was not identified but Longlois said he was cooperating with the investigation and there was no sign of wrongdoing. Drug and alcohol tests would be conducted, he said.
"I had to sit there and watch my two babies die," the mother of the groom, LaShawna Morgan, told the Beaumont Enterprise ...
Their love story flourished over the years and recently Rahul shared photographs of his marriage with Payal on the social media.
The time and location of the wedding has not been disclosed by the couple.
A video showed Hasan and Shamia in wedding attires arrived with family.
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The third day of what had been a peaceful demonstration against the law, passed by India's Parliament last week, descended into chaos Sunday afternoon. Three buses were set on fire, police officials said.
At least 10 people died in a factory fire outside the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, officials said on Sunday, the second deadly industrial blaze in four days.
Sexual offences against women and children continued unabated despite Andhra Pradesh passing stringent laws to provide for harshest punishment to the guilty in such cases.