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Collapsing building seen on video interrupting couple’s wedding

By Mason White 9:47 AM August 1, 2013
Building collapses during wedding 

By: Ryan Lee Hall
(Scroll down for video) A couple froze during their wedding ceremony as a building collapsed just behind them, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The couple of Russia got video bombed by a building that suddenly began to collapse in the street. The couple is now debating whether it was a good or bad omen.

The incident occurred in Kostroma, Russia. As the couple went to the chapel, a large building suddenly began to collapse behind them in the street.

Speaking of getting video bombed on your wedding day, this could be the ultimate.
In the video below you can see the reaction of the surprised couple at the sudden noises and nervous laughter that followed.
While the collapse of the building has been a disaster for someone, we refuse to see this incident as a bad omen for this couple.

This is not the first time a wedding ceremony has been interrupted by an unexpected collapse. As we reported earlier, a wedding party ended with a splash when most of the party guests fell into a lake, according to video uploaded to the internet.

A newlywed couple in Georgia along with the wedding party guests said they had a sense of humor about falling into the lake during a photo session after the wedding ceremony.

Frank and Tricia Fearon said they were posing with their 29 bridesmaids and groomsmen at a lake after their wedding ceremony, when the structure collapsed and they all fell into Lake Lanier.

“The entire wedding party turned 90 degrees and just dumped all into the lake, suits, dresses and everything else,” Frank Fearon said.
Tricia Fearon said the party had initially been considered lucky by dodging a 60 percent chance of rain.

“It seemed like magic because it did not rain”, she said. “In the end though it didn’t matter because we were all thrown into the lake anyway,” she also said.
The plunge was captured on video by wedding videographer and posted on YouTube.

The couple said that one woman suffered a broken humerus and a dislocated shoulder. The rest of the group escaped with minor injuries, they said.
The newlyweds said they do not consider their wedding ruined because of the incident.

“Nobody complained even though a lot of iPhones were damaged,” Frank Fearon said. “Everyone laughed it off, dried themselves and went on to dance all night,” he said.

“This was not a ruined wedding,” Tricia Fearon said. “A million people came to us and told us it was the best wedding they had ever seen,” she said.
“It was fun,” she said. “We had a lot of fun,” she added.