LUMBERTON – A Lumberton firefighter not only saved people in Harvey, he saved a very important thing for the future wife.
Kyle Parry passes through the floods that drowned his house and innocently retrieved his fiance’s wedding.
“She looks for the dress for a long time,” says Parry, who has long gown dress been working with the Lumberton Fire Department for nearly four years.
“If I can save one thing, I’m glad it’s wedding dress,” he said.
In his Facebook live video, Parry was walking around his submerged home.
“I’m sorry for Steph,” he said.
He said, “I want to see clothes, love you,” he said loudly.
He turned from saving lives to saving his own marriage.
“I know everything is gone,” Parry said.
“I do not know this dress, but when I got into the room and saw it, it was the only thing,” he explained.
This is the firefighters unexpected stunts, remember his future wife Stephanie (Stephanie).
He said: “When Harvey called, we all kept asking, what will happen, so we simply did not answer.
It is now a postponed wedding, and many fees are paid in full by the community.
“He went into his house and he saved all the clothes,” Elise Haynes said, and he met behind the couple to help pay the cost of the wedding.
“He’s been thinking about her,” she said.
“I love her dead and I’ll do anything for her, she knows,” Parry said.
This brave heart is a nation in the formation of the wave of love behavior.
“Stephanie and I love each other, it will not change,” Parry said.
The storm did not ruin our love, “he said.
“We’re going to have another wedding, that’s what we have to do,” Parry was over.
The wedding will be held on March 11 in Galveston and the family will fly from Ontario, Canada.
Firefighters and family members are about to get an invitation.
Parry refused to see this dress.
He said he was only planning to see it completely in Stephanie, and he planned to spend the rest of his life.