- Will Byler, his wife, Bailee Ackerman Byler, both 24, died recently when the helicopter they were in crashed after they left their wedding
- The couple tied the knot at a family ranch and left to the airport in a family helicopter after their reception
- The pair and their pilot died in the crash which cause remains unknown
The details of the tragedy that has hit Texas family identified as Byler will move anyone to tears. Will and his wife, Bailee, both 24, died recently in a terrible helicopter crash, shortly after exchanging vows as husband and wife, in the presence of family and friends.
The young couple who were both seniors at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony at their family's ranch and hopped into a helicopter, headed for the airport, where they were to link flights to their honeymoon destination.
Unfortunately, all their plans to live happily ever after crashed along with them and their 76-year-old pilot few minutes after taking off from the wedding venue. The cause of the crash hasn't been determined.
According to National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the report offers no clue of what may have caused the Bell 206 helicopter to go down near Uvalde, about 70 miles west of San Antonio, a major city in south-central Texas, US.
In an obituary to the couple, family members say, Bailee looked forward to raising a family with Will. It is said that the two were inseparable and made each other very happy.
The crash happened about 15 miles from where the helicopter took off. The flight was to carry the newlyweds to San Antonio International Airport, where they were to board a plane for their honeymoon destination. It's not clear where they planned to go for their honeymoon.
May their souls rest in peace.
Meanwhile, just recently, a couple born with Moebius syndrome released their pre-wedding photos online. Alex and Erin met on a social media website and have many things in common, including inability to smile or make any facial expression.
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