REPORT: Bride poses for wedding photos alone after alleged drunken driver killed firefighter groom
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An Indiana bride who lost her volunteer firefighter groom to an alleged drunk driver — who was also a firefighter — remembered her late fiancé with wedding photos that memorialized him.
Jessica Padgett, of Evansville, took her wedding photos alone on Sept. 29 — the day she was to be married. Her fiancé, Kendall Murphy, was killed in November 2017 while responding to a crash scene in Daviess County, Fox 59 reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
Another volunteer firefighter who also responded to the scene allegedly turned up drunk, with a reported blood alcohol content level of .21 percent, which is almost three times the legal limit. The man allegedly hit the 27-year-old Murphy, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
This is just heartbreaking. https://t.co/yHrnhyN18F
— Jackie De Tore (@jackiedetore) October 9, 2018
Loving Life Photography captured photos of Jessica Padgett as she, family and friends honored her late fiance, Montgomery County Volunteer Firefighter Kendall Murphy.https://t.co/4qRfFAEnsB
— NewsChannel 12 (@wcti12) October 9, 2018
This story touched me deeply.
She was supposed to get married on September 29th.
But the wedding never had a chance.
Her name is Jessica.
Her groom was Kendall.
But last November, her would-be husband was killed in a car crash.
Police say… https://t.co/W3h2AlxiGf
— Frank Mickens (@frank_mickens) October 8, 2018
— NYC EMS Watch (@NYCEMSwatch) October 8, 2018
— CBS4 Indy (@CBS4Indy) October 8, 2018
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