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05 November 2018, 10:40 | Devin Moran
NTSB told local media it will release details about the crash on Monday
A newlywed couple leaving their wedding ceremony in a helicopter died early Sunday morning when the helicopter crashed, according to a report from the Houstonian.
"It is with deepest sadness that we announce the tragic passing of two Bearkats Will Byler (Agriculture Engineering senior) and Bailee Ackerman Byler (Agricultural Communication senior) in a helicopter accident departing their wedding".
"We celebrated their fairy tale wedding and they were surrounded by their family and friends as they flew off in the family helicopter", Eric Smith, a family friend, posted on Facebook.
The crash occurred near Uvalde, about 85 miles (135km) west of San Antonio.
The Houstonian, the student newspaper for Sam Houston State University, identified the couple as Will Byler and Bailee Ackerman Byler.
"I'm absolutely devastated!" wrote one friend on Facebook, adding that the pilot of the aircraft was also killed.
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