Newlyweds Turn Ohio's I-35 Into A Dance Floor A just-married couple in Dayton was on their way to the reception when an accident snarled the route. Instead of getting frustrated, the two got out of the vehicle, turned up the music and danced.

Newlyweds Turn Ohio's I-35 Into A Dance Floor

Newlyweds Turn Ohio's I-35 Into A Dance Floor

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A just-married couple in Dayton was on their way to the reception when an accident snarled the route. Instead of getting frustrated, the two got out of the vehicle, turned up the music and danced.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. An Ohio couple had just gotten married and they were on their way to the reception in downtown Dayton. Short drive, except an accident snarled traffic for two hours. The couple could have cursed the world, but instead...

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL")

ALISON KRAUSS: (Singing) When you say nothing at all.

GREENE: ...They turned Highway 35 into a dance floor. Their videographer was stuck nearby and got out to capture the first dance, the bride's wedding dress lit up by the glow of headlights. It's MORNING EDITION.

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