Bridesmaids wear dresses, run through mud to honor bride killed before wedding

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PULASKI, Wisc. — A group of women used their bridesmaid dresses and a mud run to celebrate the life of a bride-to-be killed in a car crash a month before her wedding.

According to KTLA, Shannon Hall, 24, died when the vehicle she was in collided with a school bus. She’d been set to get married Oct. 4.

Before the crash, Shannon and five sisters had planned to run in the Udder Mudder race and wear formal dresses.

Her sister, Angie Guralski, said “Since we won’t be wearing them on the 4th, we thought this is a perfect way to honor her.”

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