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3, 2018 | Updated 1:14 p.m. ET Jan. 4, 2018 Many couples go into their wedding day dreaming of a lifetime of love. But Heather and David Mosher of East Windsor, Connecticut, knew that what should have been a new beginning for them, was going to be the end Time Heather Lindsay Mosher, 31, shown here in a screenshot from Christina Karas' Instagram account, got married Dec. 22, 2017, a week and a day before she and her fiance originally had planned. She died 18 hours later of an aggressive form of breast cancer. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 10 COMMENTEMAILMORE A Connecticut bride lost her battle with breast cancer just 18 hours after exchanging wedding vows with her husband. The former Heather Lindsay and David Mosher said, "I do" Dec. 22 in the chapel of St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford. The former Heather Lindsay was dressed in her wedding gown and lying on her hospital bed.
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