Newly uncovered surveillance footage reportedly shows Aric and Samantha Hutchinson riding in a golf cart from their South Carolina wedding reception shortly before a speeding car rammed into them and killed the new bride.
Grainy black and white footage obtained by the Daily Mail purports to show the newlyweds and two other people in their slow-moving vehicle on a Folly Beach street last month before tragedy struck.
Samantha, 34, died while Aric, 36, suffered critical injuries from the devastating April 28 crash allegedly caused by 25-year-old Jamie Lee Komoroski, who authorities said was drunk behind the wheel.
She’s been charged with reckless vehicular homicide and three counts of DUI causing death or great bodily injury.
The footage from the Daily Mail shows a car speeding down the same street about two minutes after the couple’s golf cart passes in front of a home’s surveillance camera on East Ashley Avenue.
Shortly after, emergency vehicles are seen racing in the same direction, and an ambulance then hurries in the opposite direction.
The car seen speeding in the video after the golf cart was allegedly driven by Komoroski, according to the outlet.
Authorities have said Komoroski was driving 65 mph in a 25 mph zone, and her blood alcohol level was more than three times above the legal limit at the time of the crash.
When reached for comment about the footage, Komoroski’s legal team said attorney ethics rules prohibit them from making extrajudicial statements on this matter.
“Additionally, we have yet to receive any discovery from the State relating to the charges filed,” attorney Chris Gramiccioni told The Post in an email.
A call to the Folly Beach police was not immediately returned Thursday afternoon.
Aric Hutchinson recalled during an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America” the last words his wife said to him before the fiery crash.
“That last thing I remember her saying was she wanted the night to never end,” he said last Friday.
Hutchinson has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Komoroski, who remains in jail following the crash, and several businesses accused of overserving her the night of the crash.
Komoroski’s lawyers previously said there should not be a rush to judgment in the case.
“Our court system is founded upon principles of justice and mercy and that is where all facts will come to light,” her legal team said.