- According to the bride, the deceased groom-to-be had complained of malaria but due to the lackadaisical attitude meted out to them at the hospital, he lost his life
- The bride’s friend also shared screenshots of chat with a lady who informed her of the incident.
A bride-to-be has been caught in the midst of an overwhelming and heart-wrenching situation, just days before the much-anticipated wedding day.
Her beloved fiancé has tragically passed away due to a brief but fatal episode of malaria.
As preparations were in full swing for their joyous union, instead they now have to face the unthinkable, ‘having to bury their soulmate on what was supposed to be the most exciting day of their lives’.
The bride, Lizzydamsel Etim, resorted to Facebook to express her grief over the loss of her husband.
According to her, he complained of a headache and was diagnosed with Malaria when he arrived at the hospital, but the hospital neglected him and he died as a result.
The bride’s friend, who also shared the news on her Facebook page, provided screenshots of her conversation with the person who informed her of the tragedy.
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A bride identified as Hetal was confirmed dead in the middle of her wedding after she suffered from a heart attack at the marriage venue in the Subhashnagar area, of Bhavnagar, India.
The unfortunate incident took place in late February, in front of the Bhagwaneshwar Mahadev Temple in Bhavnagar.
Hetal, the daughter of a man identified as Jinabhai Rathore, was in the process of marrying Vishal, the son of Ranabhai Butabhai Algotar of Nari village.
Guests filled the venue with wedding songs playing in the background when celebrations were forced to halt. While performing her wedding rituals, Hetal reportedly felt dizzy and fainted.
She was rushed to a nearby hospital and the doctors said she had died of a heart attack.
Even as the family mourned the death of Hetal, relatives proposed an alternative plan to ensure the wedding celebrations continued.
They suggested the bride’s younger sister take her place and marry Vishal.
The family agreed to marry her sister to the groom and continued the wedding rituals with her younger sister.
Hetal’s body was reportedly kept in cold storage until the ceremony was over