A BRAVE bride lifted her arms in celebration as she married her soulmate in a tear-jerking snap just hours before she died from cancer.
Wearing a wedding dress with an oxygen mask strapped to her face, proud Heather Lindsay, 31, couldn’t contain her joy as she wed David Mosher, 35, in front of loved ones.
A year ago, Heather was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer that had already spread to her lymph nodes.
Lindsay and Mosher thought the cancer was under control but in September 2017 doctors informed her that it had spread to her brain and lungs. They were in shock.
So the couple set a date for their wedding on Dec. 30., but as the date neared, doctors at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford explained that Lindsay would probably not make it until then.
On Dec. 22, dressed in her wedding dress and lying in her hospital bed, Lindsay was wheeled down to the hospital’s chapel, and she and Mosher said their vows to one another.
The touching gesture was captured by bridesmaid Christina Karas just moments after Heather tied the knot with the love of her life.
She tragically passed away just 18 hours after saying “I DO” to the love of her life on December 22.
Her funeral was held Saturday, on the day she was supposed to be married.
Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers.
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