This Woman’s Fiancé Was Killed While On Duty, But She Wouldn’t Let Her Wedding Shoot Be Canceled

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Nikki Salgot had a message: she wasn’t broken. Even though she had suffered the heartbreaking loss of her fiancé, she was still going to take her wedding photos. They would just look a little different – portraits of a woman left alone but not without hope.

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Originally, though, Salgot and her beau, Collin Rose, had begun their journey to the altar on May 12, 2016. On that day, Rose had got down on one knee after a memorial bike ride held during National Police Week. He had attended that event to lend support because he, too, was a police officer at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

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And the couple hailed from St. Clair Shores, a city just north of downtown Detroit. Salgot worked at the Detroit Dog Rescue, a no-kill animal shelter; when Rose wasn’t patrolling the university, meanwhile, he was studying for a graduate degree in dispute resolution.

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