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PHOTO: Not even their wedding party bus catching fire was going to keep Krissi and Shane McCollow from having a great ceremony in Nashua, Iowa. "There wasnt a whole lot that the bride could do," Krissi, 26, told ABC News of the unusual wedding day experience. "Everybody was OK, and they gave us a full refund. They took real good care of us." Bride hikes 3 miles in hand-crocheted dress for mountaintop wedding McKaila Hanna Lifestyle Photography Not even their wedding party bus catching fire was going to keep Krissi and Shane McCollow from having a great ceremony in Nashua, Iowa. The wedding party had just finished up lunch and family photos at their reception location in Cedar Falls when they boarded the bus, to travel 45 minutes to their ceremony site, The Little Brown Church in the Vale in Nashua, Iowa. "We were probably about 10 minutes into it and everybody was kind of warm," the couples wedding photographer, McKaila Hanna , recalled. "The heat was super hot. It was 20 degrees outside that day so most people just crank the heat up, but it was so hot we wanted to shut it off to balance it out. The bride and groom asked the driver to adjust the heat a little bit, then it started getting kind of smoky and almost too cold so thought we should have him turn the heat back on. Nothing happened, and even more smoke started to come into the bus.

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Jill and Richard Hill share a moment during their wedding ceremony at Baby Beach in Lahaina Friday afternoon. Maui’s Angels photo If you want to meet a good person, youve got to go to a dog park, because if they treat animals good theyre going to treat you pretty good, Jill Hill said. They started talking. The two had a lot in common: Both grew up on farms, were one of seven children and loved camping and the outdoors. Both had been married before and had adult children. Im kind of introverted, said Richard Hill, 60. I liked her because she was outgoing. She can walk up to anybody and start a conversation. Richard Hill grew up in Selah, Wash., and was a timber faller for 20 years before going into the heating and air-conditioning business. He worked in Wyoming before moving to Oregon. Jill Hill liked his calm demeanor, and handsome, of course! But not long after they started dating, Jill Hill was diagnosed with stage 2 pancreatic cancer.

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