An Indiana woman who gave one of her kidneys to a stranger has married him three years after the transplant surgery.
Kyle Froelich was 12 when he learned his kidneys might fail, and by the age of 17 he was on dialysis.
He met Chelsea Clair at a car show in 2009. A family friend had told her he needed a kidney transplant, and Clair offered one of her kidneys. Her father had died from cancer while awaiting a bone marrow transplant.
At first, Froelich didn't think Clair would follow through, but they underwent the transplant procedure less than a year later.
Soon after, they started dating, and on October 12 the couple tied the knot at the Danville Conservation Club, which hosted the car show where they met.
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