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Biker couple on Wednesday, after the survival of a motorcycle accident, vows to be each other’s “ride or die”

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A bride and groom vowed to each other “ride or die” in a biker-themed wedding just a few weeks after they make their Harley-Davidson motorcycle in a train crash.

Justin Reid, 36, and Victoria, the Hemenes, 31, who recently was in a collision with a deer in a horrible car accident three months before they plan on driving a vehicle in the aisle. The crash has left Reid with a dislocated elbow and is in need of a soreness of the skin graft, while the Hemenes suffered whiplash, a concussion and needed eight stitches in her knee.

In spite of their injuries, the couple were determined to tie the knot at the time.

Justin Reid, 36, and Victoria, the Hemenes, 31, who recently was in a collision with a deer in a horrible car accident three months before they plan on driving a vehicle in the aisle. The crash has left Reid with a dislocated elbow and is in need of a soreness of the skin graft, while the Hemenes suffered whiplash, a concussion and needed eight stitches in her knee.
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The couple, from South Lake Tahoe, California, usa. one said: “Even if we were to be carried down the aisle and onto gurneys, and we went for our wedding anniversary.”

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The newly-weds, who are running a maintenance company together, called on their big day, biker-themed, though they were themselves fortunate to be alive following the horrific crash.

Reid, the father of Joscelyn, 14 and Luke, 11, from a previous relationship, and Hemenes, mother to Isabella, 14, And Gabriella, 12, And Kailani, 9, Khaos, and (4), from a previous relationship, met each other through mutual friends in March of 2017.

Enthusiast Reid popped the question in October 2018, and the couple began planning for their biker-themed wedding.

The couple on the day of the accident.
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“Victoria’s had a bike before, but I’ve been a bike enthusiast for a few years now. When we decided to get married, I knew that I wanted to be a biker-themed wedding,” Reid said.

“We didn’t want a normal wedding. We wanted to create a weekend-long celebration,” the groom continued. “The original idea was to have my motorcycle parked in the aisle, the groomsmen and bridesmaids ride their bikes to the us.”

With three weeks to go before the big day, on the 27th of July, the married couple, and a group of friends went camping they had been hired for their big day at Silver Fork Ranch, daniel keating, Calif.

Reid said: “It was a great day. A couple of our friends got together and we decided to go to the wedding. It is a one-hour drive through the mountains.”

After that, the group drove to a house on a nice trip on an Immigrant’s Path to get to the Route of the 88.

“Even if we were to be carried down the aisle and onto gurneys, and we were going to have our wedding,” the groom said.
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“It was a great trip, and there was a great sunset,” he added.

As for the engaged couple to round a corner in the Hope Valley, at about 60 mph, and they believe themselves to be, the drive of the head of a deer.

“All of a sudden this deer in the headlights,” Reid recalled. “I was trying to dodge around it, but I didn’t have enough time. I have looked in the middle of the stag, and my head down and went for it.”

“The second we hit the deer, and my helmet hit the back of One’s helmet and knocked me out,” Hemenes said.

Reid was conscious when the pair was the difference in the woods on the side of the road.

The bride and groom to be in the hospital as a result of its near-fatal car accident.
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“I still remember the look on the deer’s exploding, and we continued on to the carcass,” he explains. “For a few seconds, I looked around and thought to myself, ‘we made it’.”

However, the impact of the deer had been smashed, the breaks, and at the direction of the Harley Davidson motorcycle.

“I had to send it to the right, and there was nothing I could do about it. We were on our way to the woods,” Reid said. “We are losing one of the reflective signs on the side of the road, and it cut my left arm open, and cut to Victoria’s knee.”

“We fell off the bike and turned around,” he went on. “I remember tumbling and seeing the sand and the rocks and the sky and I thought to myself, “I hope the bike is not in the land of me’.

“I was turned on myself, and I saw that Tori is already running to me and saying, ‘We’re still alive!’. I was still laying there,” the groom continued. “I moved my head back and forth, and my fingers and toes and the arch of my feet. However, when I tried to push myself up, my left elbow just flopped out. There was a large chunk of my flesh missing from the inside of my elbow.”

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An ambulance took the couple to go to Barton Memorial Hospital in South Lake Tahoe.

Reid’s arm bone was detached from his elbow. The doctors operated that night, and will be replaced by a pin in his wrist.

The next day, they will be inspired by the skin of his hip, on his left arm, leaving pieces of his leg and a tattoo on his arm.

“That’s when we decided to get married, I knew that I wanted to be a biker-themed wedding,” the groom said.
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The bride will need to eight stitches in her knee and suffered lacerations to her arm.

“For the first couple of days and couldn’t walk. We were both in a wheel chair being pushed around by our friends,” she said. “I was trying to heal, and that we were not in a position to be together, that was agony,” Hemenes in detail.

But the couple didn’t even have to take into account the delay of their big day.

“We had a lot of support. Everyone around us has helped to make our wedding happen,” she said. “We had to rent a huge U-Haul truck to get all of our stuff to our wedding venue. Our friends helped us pack everything up.”

On the 17th of August, the pair tied the knot, to walk down the aisle, with no support, with Reid, sporting a large plaster on his arm.

The couple will make for their biker-themed wedding with the groomsmen and bridesmaids to ride to the aisle on a motorcycle.

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The bride and groom to enjoy the marriage life and I hope that Reid, who still has a wound vacuum attached to his arm, and will soon be ready to climb back on the bike.
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The couple’s friend Bobby is Truly the leader in the wedding is asked, “Justin, please, Victoria, if you “ride or die”? Victoria, do you take Justin as your “ride-or-die’?”

The cake featured a tribute to the few lucky enough to escape with the figurines of a married couple with a bike and a deer to be cut in half.

Three employees from the engine shop, Battle, Born, Harley-Davidson ® is came to the wedding, and after hearing about the crash of the groom’s childhood friend, Nick, Parkhurst. They gave it to the bride and groom’s new full-face helmets and padded jackets.

“She hung up the phone and kept it for the wedding, it was a meaningful moment in time,” Reid explained.

The bride and groom to enjoy the marriage life and I hope that Reid, who still has a wound vacuum attached to his arm, and will soon be ready to climb back on the bike.

He is going to buy back the total of with Harley Davidson bike, his insurer, and the restoration of the self.

“I can’t stop looking at motorcycles. As soon as I can bend my elbow again, and we will be there on a bike,” he stated.

“He’s the only person that can scare me and make me feel safe at the same time,” Hemenes said. “If we’re riding together, it feels intimate.

“We’ll be back on the bike, and there is no other bike that is the same thing,” she elaborated. “It’s our intention was to get a load of the wedding pictures with your bike, but this One won’t be any photos of a bike that does not have a bike.”

“So we can reenact the wedding photos as soon as he re-built the bike,” the bride shared.

This story was originally published by SWNS.

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