- The video showing a bride and groom in Antique crossing a raging river by riding the bucket of a first backhoe and transferring to the bucket of a waiting second backhoe has gone viral
- According to a report by GMA-RTV One Western Visayas, the bride and groom asked help from construction workers who were in the area so they could cross the raging floodwaters
- The report also quoted the bride saying that it had been raining the day before and on the very day of their wedding, resulting in the river becoming flooded
- The raging floodwaters proved not enough to hinder the love between groom and bride who found a way so their wedding would push through
The video showing a bride and a groom in Brgy. Igcococ, Sibalom, Antique successfully crossing a heavily flooded and raging river by riding the bucket of a first backhoe and transferring to the bucket of a waiting second backhoe has gone viral.
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In a report by GMA-RTV One Western Visayas, the bride named Ivy said that it had been raining hard the day before and in the morning of their wedding day, which resulted in the river becoming flooded.
Despite the bad weather, the couple decided to go ahead with their marriage ceremony.
Since the river was already raging with floodwaters, bride Ivy and her groom, named Reggie, had to look for ways to cross it safely.
According to the GMA report, the couple asked help from construction workers in the area so they could cross the raging river.
With the help of two backhoes, with each positioned on opposing riverbanks, bride Ivy and groom Reggie, as well as some of their guests, were able to cross the flooded river.
Like a scene from a movie, the bride and groom huddled in the bucket of a first backhoe, which delivered them towards the middle of the river where the bucket of a second backhoe was waiting for them to transfer and then deliver them onto dry land.
The report quoted bride Ivy as saying: “Bisan baha indi makapugong sa amon kasal!”
The video, which was shared over the iFM GenSan Page, has gained more than three million views with 120K reacts and 4.2K comments.
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