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PHOTO: Not even their wedding party bus catching fire was going to keep Krissi and Shane McCollow from having a great ceremony in Nashua, Iowa. "I just wanted to make sure we got to the church on time," said Krissi. "The Little Brown Church does multiple weddings a day, not that its often busy in February. We were supposed to get there a half an hour early and I knew we were already late." McKaila Hanna Lifestyle Photography Not even their wedding party bus catching fire was going to keep Krissi and Shane McCollow from having a great ceremony in Nashua, Iowa. Once the wedding party arrived to the church, it was only a matter of minutes before the tires blew and the bus, owned by Dollys Party Bus of Cedar Falls, went up in flames. Fortunately, and ironically, the bride's father is a fire captain. "Hes been a firefighter for a very long time," she explained. "He was there and he was able to keep everybody calm as well. He knew it was all going to be alright." McKaila Hanna Lifestyle Photography Not even their wedding party bus catching fire was going to keep Krissi and Shane McCollow from having a great ceremony in Nashua, Iowa. The photographer said the bride remained "super calm" despite the disruption. "It looked really dramatic, but the bride handled it so well," said Hanna. "Dollys brought us another bus right away so that was great.

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