Bride Reunited With Wedding Dress In Time For Ceremony Narolin Cepeda nearly got married in street clothes. Her family was traveling to the Ohio wedding when her mom left a bag containing the dress at a New Jersey airport. A TSA agent came to the rescue.

Bride Reunited With Wedding Dress In Time For Ceremony

Bride Reunited With Wedding Dress In Time For Ceremony

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Narolin Cepeda nearly got married in street clothes. Her family was traveling to the Ohio wedding when her mom left a bag containing the dress at a New Jersey airport. A TSA agent came to the rescue.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Narolin Cepeda nearly got married in street clothes. Her family was traveling to the wedding in Ohio when her mom left a bag at Newark Airport in New Jersey. It contained the wedding gown. It can take days to find a lost bag, but a TSA agent came to the rescue. Loletta Nathan-Gordon realized the bag's significance. I put myself in the bride's shoes, she said. She found the bag early and sent it to Ohio by the morning of the wedding. It's MORNING EDITION.

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