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Woman attacked by ex-boyfriend marries EMT who responded to 911 call


A woman who survived a vicious attack by an ex-boyfriend has officially tied the knot with a first responder who helped save her life.

In January 2012, Melissa Dohme was rushed to a hospital after her ex-boyfriend stabbed her 32 times in the neck, arms, face and hands. According to her Facebook page, she flat-lined four times at the hospital after the attack.

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Cameron Hill was one of the EMTs who saved her after the attack. The two met again later that year, in October and went on their first date in December.

Hill proposed to Dohme at a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game in 2015.

On March 4, they finally tied the knot in Tampa, Florida.

Thank you Matt Winter Band for making our wedding so much fun!! 🎉🍾🎶❤️ 😍  we had a blast dancing and wish the party never had to end! #OneHillOfAWedding

Posted by Support Melissa on Tuesday, March 7, 2017

“We had a blast dancing and wish the party never had to end!” Melissa wrote on her Facebook page.

Check out some footage from their wedding below:

Melissa + Cameron #Onehillofawedding | A Lange Farm Wedding Trailer from VHVIDEO.COM on Vimeo.

The incredible team of generous vendors assembled by RSBP Events that have made our wedding into a DREAM COME TRUE!

Posted by Support Melissa on Saturday, March 4, 2017


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