Bride-to-be killed in tragic car accident

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Bride-To-Be Killed In Tragic Car Accident

(HUFFINGTON POST) A Wisconsin couple's wedding was canceled after the young bride-to-be died in a tragic car accident.

Shannon Hall and fiancée Justin Cyzan were driving home from a pre-marriage counseling session on September 2nd when they collided with a school bus.

Justin was seriously injured and taken to a hospital but Shannon died at the scene. Their wedding was scheduled for Oct. 4.

Just before the fatal crash, Justin and Shannon were in pre-marriage counseling with their pastor Earl Vorpagel of Calvary Luthern Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He says they shared their true feelings with each other.

Vorpagel told WFVR-TV: "I was able to have the two of them sit down and face each other and say, 'this is why I love you. These are the things that drew me to you. This is the kind of life that I hope we're going to be able to share.' They were able to say that face-to-face."

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Bride-to-be killed in tragic car accident

Just before the fatal crash, Justin and Shannon were in pre-marriage counseling according to their pastor. (Image courtesy: CaringBridge.org)

Shannon Hall and fiancée Justin Cyzan were driving home from a pre-marriage counseling session on September 2nd when they collided with a school bus. (Image courtesy: Facebook)

The bridesmaids decided to do an Udder Rudder run in Hill's memory while wearing their purple bridesmaid dresses. (Image courtesy: WLUK-TV)

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Shannon and her five sisters, who were going to be her bridesmaids, planned to run in the Udder Mudder race together. They decided to do the run in her memory while wearing their purple bridesmaid dresses.

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