A couple drowned during their honeymoon four days after their wedding.
Mohammad Malik, 35, was on a Caribbean vacation at the end of October. The victim was identified as Noor Shah, 29.
Strong riptides dragged the couple underwater, Mohammed’s father told Newsday.
It is believed the two were swimming in deep water in the chest near the residence when they were suddenly dragged away.
They drowned on October 28 at a resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands near Como Parrot Cay.
Witnesses dragged Muhammad and his wife out of the water and conducted a CPR, but were unable to save the couple who died at the scene.
They were married just four days ago on October 24 in Long Island, New York.
Muhammad’s brother Ahmad Malik, 25, said: “My brother was very much in love with her. He was always shining when he was with her. He was shining on his wedding day.
“It was the happiest day of our lives when we celebrated their wedding four days ago at The Carl Toon in Eisenhower Park.”
Nahar and Muhammad were magnetic together, giving joy to everyone around them.
“Their energy was contagious and beautiful, they were beautiful and bright.
“We are sad but they are not with us now. We are glad they are together and together at the last minute.”
His father, Colonel R, said he learned of the death when the US embassy in the Bahamas reported it. Maqbool Malik, 70, said.
He described the incident as a devastating loss.
He added: “It was an unbelievable shock. It was a tragedy on two levels when two children had to rest at a joint funeral.
“They were really in love with each other. The chemistry we saw in these two men was amazing. They loved each other.”
The groom’s brothers Salman, 41, and Ahmed, 22, traveled to Turkey and Caicos to identify the bodies.
Their funeral will take place on Sunday in Teaneck, New Jersey.
The couple had to move together this week New York Post.
Olshan Fromm, Mohammed’s law firm, said, “These couples are the lights that touched everyone who benefited from knowing.” 7 News Reported.
The hospital where Noor worked, NUU Longon Health, said, “She’s a great resident and a great surgeon and she will be lost.