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Anchor Reports In Wedding Dress

On Saturday a massive 7.0 earthquake hit China. This reporter was set to get married when the quake began. So, instead of saying her vows she grabbed her mic and began to report on the natural disaster.

Looks like she might be more married to her job than her future spouse. After the quake it looks like things get back to normal fairly quickly in the area she’s in. Yet, she still grabs that microphone and reports. Also, there just happens to be a camera person there. That seems pretty convenient.

How do you feel about this? If your job were to become a possible priority on your wedding day would you do your job?

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