• Domestic violence survivor marries paramedic that helped saved her life


    Five years after her ex-boyfriend stabbed her 32 times and left her for dead, a Florida domestic abuse survivor has married one of the paramedics that helped save her life.

    Melissa Dohme went into a coma and suffered a stroke after the brutal attack, and many of the nerves in her face were severed, leaving her unable to speak or smile, according to CNN.

    A year after the attack, Dohme met one of the first responders who helped save her life. Two months later, she and Cameron Hill were dating.

    Her proposed in 2015 and the two were married in front of family, friends and many of the first responders and doctors who worked tirelessly to save her life in March.

    Dohme Hill now works at Hands Across the Bay, an organization that works to help victims of domestic violence.

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