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Weddings at DoubleTree Hotel take place as planned despite power outage

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Ashlee and Miguel Coria got married at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown South Bend on Saturday Ashlee and Miguel Coria got married at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown South Bend on Saturday
The power outage in downtown added some stress to a South Bend bride before her big day on Saturday afternoon. Ashlee and Miguel Coria got married at the DoubleTree hotel, but the power outage did give the newlyweds a scare. The hotel lost power on Friday, but got everything up and running in time for the wedding.

"It kind of scared us a little bit. we didn't know what was going to happen from that point on. Luckily they got the generators and everything started so we could stay at the hotel and have our wedding here," Ashlee Coria said.

That was one of two weddings happening at the DoubleTree hotel on Saturday. The hotel says they contacted the bride to inform her that a generator was already providing power and the wedding was not in jeopardy. "We owe it to the hotel for getting it up and running," Ashlee Coria said.

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