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Bride finds groom dead in hotel just hours after walking down the aisle

Heartbroken bride finds new husband dead in hotel just hours after walking down the aisle





A newlywed bride was devastated to find her husband dead in their honeymoon suite just hours after they got married.
Danny Emsley, 37, could not stop smiling as he posed for wedding photographs with his new wife Clare, 35, on August 17 in the UK.
They got married at an upmarket spa hotel in Linton, near Wetherby, West Yorkshire where they celebrated with 80 relatives and close friends, the Daily Mail reports.
Mr Emsley went to bed at 11.30pm, while his wife stayed downstairs to enjoy the party.
She went to check on him an hour later and saw he was fine - so she stayed for another hour.
But when she finally went to bed at 1.30am she was devastated to find him dead, reports The Sun.
She wrote on Facebook in a heart-wrenching post: "Friday was the best day of my life, where I got to marry the best, most bluntly honest, funniest, kindest and most loving man I've ever met.
"We had a perfect day full of family, friends, love and laughter - we couldn't have asked for a better day.
"The magic ran out at the end of the night and my beautiful Danny was cruelly ripped from my life.
"There is a hole in my heart that can never be filled. I just don't know how I'll ever cope without you my fabulous husband."
Friends say Mr Emsley was in good health with no reported health conditions.
His death at the Woodhall Spa hotel in West Yorkshire is not being treated as suspicious.
Emergency services were scrambled to the hotel in a bid to save the groom, but it was too late.

Danny and Clare Emsley got married at a hotel in Linton. Photo / Daily Mail via Facebook
Danny and Clare Emsley got married at a hotel in Linton. Photo / Daily Mail via Facebook
A friend of the couple told The Sun: "She screamed and ran out of the room calling for help. The door closed behind her leaving her locked out.
"Friends and relatives came to her aid. They had to smash the door of the room down. They called 999 and tried CPR but it was too late."
Mr Emsley's aunt Gail posted online soon after the tragedy: "Our nephew passed away in the early hours of Saturday morning a few hours after his wedding."
Mr Emsley's funeral will take place on September 14.
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