The couple crashed in a helicopter the day of the wedding

Only 1.5 hours spent in marriage will Byler and Bailey road, before being crushed to death on the helicopter carrying them from the wedding on the family ranch.

As reported by the County Sheriff’s office Uvalde (TX), call about a possible helicopter crash, approximately 160 km West of San Antonio was reported to the police around midnight on Sunday, November 4th.

An awful story out of Uvalde County. Young newlyweds Will and Bailee Ackerman Byler Byler were killed in a helicopter crash soon after departing their wedding ceremony last night. The pilot also died. Will and Bailee were seniors at Sam Houston State University.

— Robert Price (@RobertPriceTV) November 5, 2018

Grandfather of the groom William Byler confirmed to Eyewitness Newsthat the helicopter crashed to their family ranch, and that all who were on Board, — the couple and the pilot — were killed.

One of the wedding guests posted the video as newlyweds get in a fatal helicopter. Will and Bailey was a senior Sam Houston State University, and the news of their death, first published a student newspaper of the University.

«With deep sadness and sorrow that we announce the tragic death of Bearcats will Byler (fourth-year student studying engineering in agriculture) and Bailey Ackerman Byler (fourth-year student studying public relations in agriculture) as a result of a helicopter crash that took them away from the wedding. Please support the family of the Byler road and your thoughts and prayers,» wrote the editors Houstonian in Facebook.

It is with deepest sadness that we announce the tragic passing of two Bearkats Will Byler (Agriculture Engineering…

Posted by The Houstonian on Sunday, November 4, 2018

This is the most tragic story that they ever heard, admitted in the comments of many who were not personally acquainted with the deceased couple.

Press service of the National Committee on transportation safety (National Transportation Safety Board — NTSB) said on Twitter that the crash is being investigated.

The NTSB is investigating the Sunday crash of a Bell 206B in Uvalde, TX.

— NTSB_Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) November 4, 2018