Brother of bride killed in horror golf buggy crash says family are ‘shattered’

The brother of a newlywed killed on her honeymoon in a tragic golf buggy crash has said the family are "shattered".

Marina Morgan, 29, died after falling out of a golf buggy on her honeymoon, while her brother Mark Hanna posted a moving tribute that said the family were "shattered" by the news of her death.

The 29-year-old's body is said to still be in Queensland, with the family preparing details for the funeral.

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Marina's husband, Robbie Morgan, 30, was unharmed at the scene of the crash, but the 29-year-old tragically died after she went into cardiac arrest at the scene of the accident.

Bystanders had attempted to resuscitate her for over half an hour but Marina tragically died at the scene of the golf buggy accident.

Marina and her husband had been together for five years, with the 29-year-old sadly dying just ten days after the two tied the knot and jetted off for their honeymoon in Queensland, Australia.

The 29-year-old's brother has since paid tribute to his sister, breaking the family's silence over the horrifying incident.

Both sides of the family had remained silent on the death until Hanna posted a tribute to his Instagram story.

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A photo of his sister's portrait in a photo frame alongside a specially made candle marked as "In loving memory," was spotted on Hanna's Instagram.

The image was captioned: "I will always love you sis. You will always be our angel. We miss you and are shattered."

The photograph of Marina is said to have been taken from her wedding, just 12 days before the moving tribute from Hanna was posted.

Newlywed Marina was snapped with her husband Robbie on the day of their wedding, with the couple delaying the ceremony due to Covid lockdowns and finally tying the knot on June 11 of this year.

The groom's younger brother, Matt Morgan, has also paid tribute to the 29-year-old, writing: "To Marina, the sister I never had, we are all truly heart broken by your loss.

"From the moment I met you, I knew you were the one for my brother. Your kind, gentle nature is a testament to the type of person you are, and is proof that the good die young.

"May your soul rest in paradise for all of eternity as you watch over us in the heavens above. I love you forever sis, Rest In Peace."

A flood of comments and tributes to the family followed, with many leaving their sympathies and thoughts for the family, Daily Mail reported.

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