NEWLY released video shows the inside of a helicopter that crashed outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, while taking a bride-to-be to her wedding.

The helicopter was also carrying her brother, a photographer that was six months pregnant, and the pilot. All four were killed.

The bride, Rosemere do Nascimento Silva, reportedly wanted to surprise the groom and the estimated 300 guests with her entrance.

The helicopter crashed nearly a mile away from the site of the reception, the Daily Record reports.

Rosemere do Nascimento Silva, with her fiance, Udirley Damasceno.
Rosemere do Nascimento Silva, with her fiance, Udirley Damasceno. Facebook

Footage of the moment the helicopter went down, released as part of the investigation into the December 2016 crash, has been shared online by the news channel, G1 Oficial.

The helicopter apparently hit bad weather. Police and air crash investigators were looking into reports that it might have hit a tree amid poor visibility with rain, fog, and clouds.

Photographer Nayla Cristina Neves Lousada, who filmed the moment the helicopter crashed, was six months pregnant.
Photographer Nayla Cristina Neves Lousada, who filmed the moment the helicopter crashed, was six months pregnant. Facebook

The pastor reportedly gave the grim news to the groom, Udirley Damasceno, at the altar. The man was said to have gone into shock.

Eight fire engines rushed to the scene of the crash, but rescuers could not save any of the four victims in time.

This article originally appeared on Fox News.

There were smiles in the helicopter before things started to go wrong.
There were smiles in the helicopter before things started to go wrong. YouTube
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