Five women who include the bride-to-be in a bachelorette party have died in the fire that took place in their car.
Investigators are trying to find a clue into why their car (a stretch limousine) has bursted into flames on a San Francisco Bay bridge. As the car caught fire, five of the nine women inside were trapped and eventually led to their death on the girls’ night out, including a newlywed bride.
The driver of their car, Orville Brown, said that he first misunderstood what one of the passengers in the back said when she complained about smelling smoke.
As the music was playing loud in the car, he thought the woman was asking if she could smoke at first. However some moments later, he said that this time women started knocking this time. They screamed, “Smoke, smoke!” and “Pull over,” Brown told the San Francisco Chronicle.