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A bride had to be rescued by a police officer recently after her car broke down in the middle of the highway on the way to her wedding.

Lydia Evans-Hughs from Wrexham Wales, was on her way to her wedding last week when the vintage car she and her parents were riding in broke down, according to SWNS. Evans-Hughs told SWNS that the vintage car had been “fine for the first five miles” before it “just gave up the ghost.”

However, traffic officers soon arrived at the scene.

“They saw it was a wedding car and offered us a lift,” Evans-Hughs told SWNS. “That was the first time in the day that I had tears of relief.”

Inspector Matt Geddes gave the bride and her parents a lift to the wedding and even turned on his car’s flashing lights and siren as they pulled up to the church.

SWNS quotes: “He asked how much of an entrance we wanted to make and my dad said a big one,” Evans-Hughs said.

Evans-Hughs was finally able to marry her partner Tidur Evans-Hughs after they had delayed their wedding twice because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Link: Fox News