For the sake of a dying bride the hospital room was turned into a wedding chapel

Dying a resident of Indiana on Tuesday, got married to his sweetheart right in the hospital. In this she was helped by the hospital staff, who turned the chamber of intensive therapy in a wedding chapel.

Anna Gonzalez and Justin Middleton exchanged vows at Indiana University Health (Indiana) surrounded by relatives, nurses and social workers.

Photo: Indiana University Health

The 30-year-old woman since childhood, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. Anna was hospitalized in Indianapolis on June 2. She said that her life is coming to an end.

Cystic fibrosis is characterized by constant infections of the lungs and causes respiratory failure.

As told at the hospital, Anna whispered to her: “I Agree,” Justin Middleton, which fell on thanksgiving a few years ago. The couple were engaged for two years.

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The hospital staff helped turn the house into a real wedding chapel, decorating it with flowers and candles on batteries; made snacks and Apple juice instead of champagne. And one of the employees, Ruth Miller, made for Anna Gonzalez wedding dress and veil.

“I’m glad I was able to help the person you truly love” – said Miller.

According to the chaplain of the hospital State Strigel hospital – non-traditional wedding venue, but “often in the chaos of life, there is beauty that blesses people.”

“When someone is so seriously ill, you focus on this person and try to give him everything important, said Cynthia brown, the attending physician of the bride. – There are situations when doctors are not able to cope with the disease of the patient, but you should always ask himself what a person needs now? What can we do?”.

Dying bride married lover in intensive care updated: June 27, 2019 author: Alina Dykman

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