Bride-to-be Crushed To Death On Her Way To Work, Few Months To Her Wedding (See Photos)

 Bride-to-be Crushed To Death On Her Way To Work, Few Months To Her Wedding (See Photos)
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A Bride-to-be has been crushed to death on her way to work, few months to her wedding.

A Young and beautiful lady who is identified as Immaculate Okuchu has reportedly died after being crushed by a truck in Ajah area of Lagos, Akinblog reports.

According to the information gathered from Akinblog and friends who are close to her, The vibrant woman who was getting set to wed this October with her long time lover died at the scene of the incident.

Magdalene who is a sister to the late Immaculate took to Facebook to share emotional tribute.

She wrote:

I can’t just comprehend it, some hours ago you were sounding so positive, you posted you goods on your timeline, . .Death why nah…. Oh my Emife baby sister pick your call….. If only God could stop you from going to work today, you would not have been involved in that accident . . God please wake her back. . . oh what is life? Rest in peace my darling. . it’s well.

The beautiful lady was said to have boarded a commercial motorcycle in a bid to surpass the traffic, but a speedy truck rammed into them and crushed her.

Despite how quick Immaculate was rushed to a nearby hospital, She still gave up the ghost. the said incident happened on Wednesday 12, August 2020.

Before her death, Immaculate used to work at the Cold Stone Creamery and already had her wedding Introduction in March.

After their Introduction, the Late Immaculate and husband picked October for their main wedding but just yesterday, she died.

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If only she knew that Wednesday will be like that, she won’t have gone out to work.

See some of her beautiful photos below

It is a common thing that everybody will all die but we should always pray to God not to die prematurely because death has no respect for anyone.

I feel for her family and friends.

May her soul rest in peace.

Akinseye Sunday

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