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Couple Recovers Marriage License Months After Limo Fire

Posted on October 19, 2017
Photo via Pixabay user Prawny
Photo via Pixabay user Prawny

Phil Mabley and Karine Matte were getting their wedding photos taken at Halifax's Public Gardens on July 8, 2017, when their stretch limousine suddenly went up in flames.

Their rings were not in the limo, but their marriage license was, so the couple assumed it was gone for good.

That is, until someone contacted them over Facebook to say it had been found.

CBC News article here

Related Topics: Canadian Operators, limo fire, limousine fires, weddings

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