The wedding party was told to evacuate and a fire truck rolled up with sirens blaring June 7, The Oregonian reported.
The minister conducted an abbreviated ceremony. Everyone began to evacuate Bend’s Drake Park and cheered.
As guests headed for the automobiles, wedding photographer Josh Newton shot some photos with the wildfire raging in the background.
Michael Wolber called it “the most beautiful service either people could have ever imagined.” He and his wife, April Hartley, live in both work and Aloha at Nike.
“It is terrible to be evacuated from your own wedding,” said Lisa Clark, a fire information officer with the Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center. “But it’s a story for the remainder of the lives and nothing that could be duplicated.”
The wedding venue was on the edge of the wind- pushed fire and deputies and fire trucks were driving through the area telling people to evacuate as a precaution.
“It is an exact photograph,” she said about the broadly viewed photo.
Fire Fighters were likely sympathetic to the wedding party with the disruption and permitted the service that is fast.
“I don’t believe the firefighters would have allowed the extra few minutes if it’d been that crucial,” Clark said.
Cries for ‘Daddy’ by school return surprising find
But when woman began looking for a kid, she found a large green parrot up .
The parrot then flew onto a bamboo stand. Firefighters pursued it out and it to your shelter and brought an animal control officer caught it.
Perez says the fowl was discussing nonstop saying, “daddy,” “hello,” “what!” and other words.
The fowl was found about one mile from its residence. It was afterwards reunited with its owner, who’d reported it missing.
Girl at shop accused of stuffing 7 lobster tails in slacks
A loss prevention officer at the DeLand Publix told police he observed the lobster tails are place by Nichole Ann Reed, 30, into her trousers. He says before leaving she walked around the shop.
She was discovered by police about an hour afterwards. Reed told them she went to the store with the aim of stealing the lobster tails. According to a police report, she said she intended to trade the lobster with a friend to get either the prescription pain medication or a Chinese buffet Dilaudid.
0 bail was posted by her.
Boxer puppy loses run-in with porcupine
A boxer puppy in suburban Wichita has learned a painful lesson Leave them alone.
KWCH-TV reports a showdown with a porcupine left the pup with a faceful of white quills. There were so many, actually, that owner Gary Koenigs initially thought Tatum had a beard.
The Goddard guy says he pulled out about 50 quills June 5, subsequently took Tatum to Wichita for treatment at Animal Hospital. There, Dr. Gary Stamps removed more than 200 quills in a half hour surgery.
Stamps said he’s only three other pets that were treated during 23 years in scenarios that were similar.
Koenigs said Tatum is recuperating at home, resting well. Stamps let the Koenigs family keep the quills .