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Horror as bride plunges to her death in wedding dress while posing for pictures in front of waterfall
A bride posing for photographs in her wedding gown has drowned after her dress got wet and dragged her into a river near a 'violently' rushing waterfall in Canada.
The 30-year-old, who has not been named because police haven't notified all of her family, was standing on a rock when she slipped and fell into the Ouareau River near Dorwin Falls, north of Montreal, at around 2.30pm. Her body was found several hours later, around 6pm.
The woman yelled 'I'm slipping, I'm slipping, I'm slipping,' before falling off the rock she was perched on for her wedding pictures, according to CBC.
'She was doing the photo shoot in about 6 inches or 1-foot of water when part of her wedding dress got soaked and became extremely heavy,' McInnis told MailOnline.
'She started slipping and falling down when the photographer grabbed her but she was too heavy that he couldn't pull her from the edge.
'Another person tried to grab her but also was unable to save her from falling into the river.'
McInnes said the woman, from Laval, a small Island north of Montreal, was found 100-feet from where she fell by a private diver who knows the river and volunteered to help with the search.
The diver pulled her body, still clad in her voluminous wedding dress, from the river, which was 20-foot deep in the part she was found.
'She had sunk to the bottom,' McInnes said.
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