Bride killed minutes after wedding by speeding drunk driver

Bride killed minutes after wedding by speeding drunk driver

A newlywed bride has been killed and the groom left in critical condition after they were hit by a speeding drunk driver when they left their wedding reception in a golf cart.

Samantha Miller, 34, and Aric Hutchinson, 36, celebrated their nuptials moments before they were allegedly rear-ended by Jamie Komoroski, 25, at Folly Beach, South Carolina, on Friday.

Heartbreaking pictures showed the happy couple moments before tragedy struck, beaming as they were waved off by their guests with sparklers.

The ‘sweet’ newlyweds and two other occupants of the buggy were inside the vehicle when it rolled several times over 100 yards, killing the bride instantly.

Komoroski was allegedly traveling at 65mph in a 25mph zone and was drunk behind the wheel of a rented Toyota Camry, according to Folly Beach Police

Jamie Komoroski, 25, has been charged with three counts of felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm or death and one count of reckless homicide

Aric has been left in critical condition, according to a GoFundMe page set up by his mother, Annette Hutchinson.

It is unclear if the groom is aware that his wife has died, as he has been in a critical condition since the incident.

He has had one reconstruction surgery and is set to have another, as well as suffering numerous broken bones and a brain injury.

Sam and Aric were being escorted by his brother-in-law Ben Garrett and nephew Brogan when they were allegedly hit by Komoroski. Ben was also seriously injured.

A family member confirmed that Brogan was released on Sunday, and is recovering despite being ‘banged up and sore’.

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