MILLCREEK, Utah (KUTV) –
Firefighters in Millcreek helped rescue a Utah girl’s wedding ceremony costume.
Diana Goedhart left her costume to make modifications simply earlier than the latest three-alarm development hearth at a Millcreek enterprise advanced.
“Firefighters heard their story and shortly set to work to see what they will do to assist,” wrote the Unified Fireplace Authority on Twitter.
The hearth broken the modification workshop, however with the proprietor’s permission, the firefighters had been capable of break in and discover Goedhart’s costume. It survived the flames and seemed utterly undamaged once they introduced it to her outdoors the store.
Goedhart says she is greater than excited to get her costume again. In a video shared by UFA, she actually jumps for pleasure when a firefighter unzips the bag to disclose her undamaged costume.