When Paramedic Bride's Family Was Involved In A Crash, She Didn't Hesitate


Wearing her wedding gown, bride and paramedic Sarah Ray rushed to the scene of an accident just shortly after marrying her husband, Paul.

Upon hearing that her father and grandparents were in an accident on their way to the wedding reception, Ray and her husband, both paramedics, heading straight to the scene.

"Anybody in the EMS field would've done the same thing," Ray told News Channel 5. " I don't know if what I did was special but I was in a wedding dress."

"I'm sure we were a sight on the side of the road for people driving by," Ray added in the news outlet's video report.

Ray's mother, who was also at the scene, snapped a photo of Ray walking away from the accident, in the rain, holding her dress away from the dirty road.

The photo, uploaded to Montgomery County, Tennessee's Facebook page, now has over five thousand shares and almost 12 thousand likes. 

The caption on the photo reads:

How dedicated are you to your job? Sarah Ray, Paramedic with Montgomery County Emergency Medical Services, was photographed on her wedding night working the wreck of one of her wedding guests. Now that's dedication...she stopped to assist on the way from the wedding to the reception! Thank you, Sarah, for loving what you do!

Though her grandmother was sent to the hospital following the accident, they are now home and doing OK

And though she's being called a hero, Sarah just sees the incident as "another day on the job," according to News Channel 5.

Be sure to watch the full news report below:

(H/T: Cosmopolitan)