One of the most exciting moments for engaged and newly married couples are their wedding photoshoot. And these days, outdoor shoots are the go-to choice.
For one couple, their photoshoot will be one that they will probably never forget for years to come. Their photo shoot turned into a nightmare when they were swept away by massive waves while posing on Laguna’s Treasure Island beach in Southern California.
In the video, the couple could be seen wearing their wedding attires and posing together on some rocks with an idyllic setting of the Pacific Ocean, before a huge wave that suddenly appears sweeps them into the sea.
The video was, according to abc7 news, taken from a lookout point near the Montage Hotel in Laguna Beach. The witness was shocked at what was happening and eventually called for help.
With the help of several lifeguards nearby, the bride was saved using a rescue tube and carried out from the water to the beach are with the life-saving device attached around her neck, whereas the groom was seen laying in the arms of a lifeguard nearby.
According to the report, neither of them were injured in this soggy incident, and their identity is yet to be confirmed.
Here is the full video from CTV:
We hope the couple is alright. Be careful the next time you’re out by the beach! It’s better to be safe than soggy.
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