The bride-to-be is among five women who died when their limousine caught fire on a bridge Saturday night near San Francisco, USA Today reported.
The limo was carrying nine women from Alameda to Foster City to celebrate a bachelorette party, CNN reported.
The driver and four of the women were able to escape. The party guests were brought to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation and burns, reported USA. The driver was uninjured.
The other five women were trapped in the car and pronounced dead at the scene, according to CNN. USA Today reported that the women had to be identified by their dental records due to the extent of their burns.
The cause of the fire has not been determined. Highway Patrol spokesman Ron Simmons speculated that the fire had started in the trunk of the limo.
The company that owns the limo, LimoStop, Inc., has issued a statement expressing its condolences and intent to cooperate completely with authorities in the investigation, reported CNN.