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On her wedding day, woman pulls over to help her grandparents who had been in a car wreck
Sarah Ray spent her wedding night doing something shes done many times before and it had nothing to do with saying 'I do.' - photo by Herb Scribner
Sarah Ray spent her wedding day doing something shes done many times before rescuing the wounded.

Ray, who works as a paramedic with the Montgomery County Emergency Medical services in Tennessee, stopped on the way to her wedding reception when she saw her grandmas wrecked car on the side of the road, according to USA Today.

And though her grandparents were OK, Ray, still in her wedding dress, helped the on-site paramedics take care of her family, according to USA Today.

A photographer snapped this shot, which has since gone viral with more than 13,000 likes and 5,700 shares as of this writing.

Many people commended Ray for her heroics. But she still remains humble about her wedding day act of kindness, especially since she was simply helping her grandparents, USA Today reported.

I just hate that everyone uses the word 'hero, she told USA Today on Monday. "It's not heroic. That's just what we do every day, and it was family. I believe any other first responder would do the same thing. It just happened that I was in a wedding dress."