AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Two people injured in the theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., one year ago marked the anniversary Saturday afternoon by getting married.
Eugene Han and Kirstin Davis said they wanted to turn July 20 into a celebration.
Friends who also survived the shooting took part in the ceremony at Village East Baptist Church in Aurora as senior pastor Robert McClendon gave a prayer for the couple and for those still grieving.
McClendon said the time is "both happy and sacred."
Han and Davis were among the 70 people injured in the shooting. Twelve people were killed.
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