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These First Responders Didn’t Let Hurricane Michael Stop Their Wedding

It wasn’t at all how they had pictured their October wedding, the one they had been planning and dreaming about for over a year.

A hurricane had just roared through the sleepy Florida Panhandle town of Mexico Beach. The two-story beach house Bryon Hughes and Cori Clark had rented for their guests was unrecognizable. All that was left behind was a brick stoop used on their wedding day to sit on and pose for their wedding pictures.

The bride, a detective with the Panama City Police Department, was on duty when the storm hit. The groom, a veteran firefighter who now volunteers with the Mexico Beach Fire Department, was looking after their house in Calloway and assisting in clearing nearby roads.

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