MILLCREEK, Utah (KUTV) —
Firefighters in Millcreek helped rescue a Utah woman’s wedding dress.
Diana Goedhart dropped off her dress for alterations right before the recent three-alarm construction fire at a Millcreek business complex.
“Firefighters heard her story and quickly went to work to see what they could do to help,” Unified Fire Authority wrote on Twitter.
The blaze damaged the alteration shop, but with permission from the owner, firefighters were able to enter and find Goedhart’s dress. It survived the flames and looked completely undamaged as they presented it to her outside the shop.
Goedhart says she was beyond excited to get her dress back. In video shared by UFA, she literally jumps for joy as a firefighter unzips the dress bag to reveal her undamaged gown.