A young Egyptian bride named Jihad Omar Hamad passed away on her wedding night in Egyptian city Al Menia.
At the time, 22-year-old Jihad Omar Hamad was celebrating one of the happiest days of her life and she suddenly fainted.
She was taken immediately to a hospital but the doctors declared her death after sometime. Although, the exact reason of death is not known but it’s predicted that Heart attack is the reason of sudden death.
The health crisis went down shortly after the bride’s wedding celebrations wrapped up and minutes after she and her groom arrived at their new home.
Hamad’s sudden death left her groom, family, and friends shocked. Her story also left thousands upset after it went viral.
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