Newlyweds, wedding party escape burning limo

Ken and Liz McDonald were on the way to their reception in the Twin Cities Saturday when their limo bus went up in flames, WCCO reports. Fortunately everyone got off safely and the celebration went on as planned.
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Ken and Liz McDonald were on the way to their reception in the Twin Cities Saturday when their limo bus went up in flames, WCCO reports. Fortunately everyone got off safely and the celebration went on as planned.

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