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THERE GOES THE BRIDE: Woman arrested for DUI on way to wedding

A bride-to-be was arrested on the way to her wedding for DUI Monday in Marana, Arizona. (Source: Marana Police Department) A bride-to-be was arrested on the way to her wedding for DUI Monday in Marana, Arizona. (Source: Marana Police Department)
MARANA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Most brides dream of the perfect wedding, complete with beautiful bouquets and limousine arrivals.

Things went a little differently for one bride-to-be in Marana, Arizona.

The Marana Police Department said Amber Young, 32, is facing a DUI charge after causing a three-vehicle crash on her way to her wedding.

Chriswell Scott, a spokesman for the MPD, said Young was arrested in the field and released after submitting to a blood test.

One person suffered minor injures in the crash, according to Scott.

It is not known if Young made it to her wedding in time.

"Don't drive impaired. Till death do we part doesn't need any help," Scott said in a tweet.

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