It’s important for a bride to make an entrance on her wedding day.
That might mean rocking up in a vintage car, a horse and carriage, or even making the groom sweat by arriving 30-minutes late.
But this bride took that concept to the next level after she hitched a ride to her wedding in a firetruck after her wedding limo got stuck in standstill traffic.
Julie Gorman, who lives in LA, almost missed her own nuptials after a car crash left her limo stuck in traffic and stranded her and her bridesmaids on the side of the road.
Los Angeles County firefighters from Station 69 were at the scene of a car accident that blocked both lanes of Topanga Canyon Boulevard when they spotted Julie and her maids by the road, holding up their dresses to keep them out of the mud.
Ever the life-savers, the firefighters, having finished their work at the crash, offered to give the women a ride to the wedding.
Julie and her bridesmaids jumped aboard the giant, red truck and were delighted to be given a Code 3 escort to the venue.
‘You never know what you’ll find working overtime in the county,’ read the post.
‘E69 was working on scene of a traffic accident… as they were clearing the scene they noticed the future Mrs Gorman with 2 of her bridesmaids walking along the side of the road holding up their dresses out of the mud.
‘Obviously curious the Captain asked if they could help.’
Modern day heroes.
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