The bride who died in a plane crash in Indonesia fulfilled his last wish

Intan Sjari and Rio Nanda Pratam had known each other for 13 years and were planning to get married on November 11th.
The bride of the deceased during the liner crash in Indonesia fulfilled the groom’s last wish, having arranged a wedding photo session.

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Intan Sjari and Rio Nanda Pratam had known each other for 13 years and were planning to get married on November 11th.

Rio Nanda Pratama was a doctor and went to Jakarta for a seminar, planning to return home for the wedding. The ill-fated flight was his last, and the grieving bride performed the last will of her beloved – she arranged a wedding photo shoot without a groom.

She said that before boarding the Rio plane he joked that if he did not have time to return to the wedding, Intan would have to take a picture and send him photos of the celebration, reports Bi-bi-si.

On the page of her account on Instagram, the girl admitted that the deceased was her first love and she had known him for 13 years. In the description of the photo in the dress of the bride, the girl promised her beloved that sorrow would not break her and she would smile for his sake.

“I cannot be sad, and I must be strong, as you always told me,” she wrote.

The photographer, who was invited to an unusual shooting, published several pictures on the Internet and shared the tragic story of lovers, telling that the couple had planned a wedding photo shoot in advance.

Groom Intan was identified on November 6th. Two days later he was buried.

Recall liner, which was 189 people, crashed off the coast of Java. No one survived the crash. According to the preliminary version, the cause of the crash could be a faulty speed sensor.







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