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Couple enjoying a wonderful day tying the knot during tropical storm.

Getting a charge out of an extraordinary day: Couple gets married during typhoon

Couple enjoying a wonderful day tying the knot during tropical storm.

A hurricane cleared sea shores across Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry on Monday.But it couldn’t stop the main day for one exceptional couple.While on the spot covering the climate sway at the Tybee Island Beach Pier and Pavilion, sister station WJCL found a wedding party in full festival mode.Just minutes prior, with Tropical Storm Danny’s weighty downpour descending, the glad couple made it official.

Ben and Madison are from Dayton, Ohio. “We knew there was an opportunity of dissipated tempests the entire week,” Ben said. “We trusted this wouldn’t occur, however it won’t prevent us from getting a charge out of an extraordinary day.”Behind them was the ad libbed wedding gathering occurring with family and friends.”We needed to limit what we could so nothing smothered,” Madison said of the wind.The couple has lived in Ohio their entire lives yet are presently during the time spent making the Savannah region their new home.”We leave our inn on Friday and we have our keys to get our condo in Pooler on Saturday,” Ben said. “We can hardly wait.”

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. —

A hurricane cleared sea shores across Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry on Monday.

However, it couldn’t stop the main day for one extraordinary couple.

While on the spot covering the climate sway at the Tybee Island Beach Pier and Pavilion, sister station WJCL found a wedding party in full festival mode.

Only minutes prior, with Tropical Storm Danny’s substantial downpour descending, the cheerful couple made it official.

Ben and Madison are from Dayton, Ohio.

“We knew there was an opportunity of dissipated tempests the entire week,” Ben said. “We trusted this wouldn’t occur, yet it won’t prevent us from appreciating an incredible day.”

Behind them was the ad libbed wedding gathering occurring with loved ones.

“We needed to limit what we could so nothing smothered,” Madison said of the breeze.

The couple has lived in Ohio their entire lives however are currently during the time spent making the Savannah region their new home.

“We leave our inn on Friday and we have our keys to get our condo in Pooler on Saturday,” Ben said. “We can hardly wait.”