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CDO grad defies death after accident

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  • LynnH posted at 8:10 am on Thu, Dec 19, 2013.

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    Dominique is a very strong and determine young woman! She was looking so forward to getting married to her fiancé Connar Moore in April of next year. She had already been out looking and trying on wedding dresses. Her last Facebook post stated "It's crazy to think that in 7 months I am going to be married to an amazin man. I can't wait :-) "

    Connar was waiting for her to come home from work that tragic night. When she didn't arrive when she normally did he went looking for her from their apartment. That is when he came upon the accident - she was almost home when she was struck.

    We are hoping and praying for her recovery. And Connar is waiting for her to come back home to him so they can continue their lives together. He loves her dearly!

    Thanks to everyone for their continued prayers and support!

     

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