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Funnel Cloud Photo Bombs Wedding Pix

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Funnel Cloud Photo Bombs Wedding Pix

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Funnel Cloud Photo Bombs Wedding Pix

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As a Canadian bride and groom posed for a close-up — down the road from their ceremony — a funnel cloud appeared behind them.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Weddings are always a whirlwind - from the engagement to the wedding photos, which for a couple in Saskatchewan, Canada involved a real tornado. As the bride and groom posed for a close-up, down the road from their ceremony a funnel cloud swirled behind them. The tornado touched down far enough behind them that the wedding photographer was able to capture the moment - perhaps the best wedding photo-bomb ever. It's MORNING EDITION.

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