Woman Was Left For Dead. 3 Years Later, The Man Who Saved Her Is Giving The Surprise Of Her Life!

Three years ago, Melissa Dohme was in a terrible accident. In 2012, her ex-boyfriend convinced her that they should meet to reconcile. That was definitely not his intention. When Melissa leaned in to give him a friendly hug he quickly pulled out  a knife and stabbed her 32 times. She was left for dead.

An ambulance rushed to the scene after a 911 call and of the paramedics on the scene was Cameron Hill.

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It was a miracle that Melissa was able to make it through this traumatic event… but she did. Months later Melissa was giving a speech at a local church when she ran into Cameron Hill, who she found out was one of the first responders who helped save her life. After talking some, the two agreed to meet again despite Melissa’s hesitancies.

They were soon spending every day together and growing a deep love for each other. Cameron has stood by Melissa during the years of surgeries and treatments that resulted from her near fatal attack in 2012.

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Now? She’s planning to marry the man who saved her life.

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Melissa was set to throw out the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Devil Rays game when she heard some unexpected commotion… and there was Cameron.

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He ran out on the field, handed her the game ball and motioned for her to look down. On the ball was written, “Will You Marry Me?”

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Melissa couldn’t believe it when Cameron, in one swift move, dropped to one knee and whipped out a beautiful engagement ring.

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This is such a beautiful story filled with recovery, redemption, beauty and love. Please share this to inspire your friends with Melissa and Cameron’s incredible story!


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