Bridesmaids Run in Honor of Wisconsin Bride Killed in Crash

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After a young bride-to-be was killed in a Wisconsin car crash, her sisters celebrated her life by wearing their bridesmaids dresses while participating in a mud run.

Shannon Hall's sisters honored her by wearing their bridesmaids dresses in a mud run after her tragic death. (Credit: CNN)

Shannon Hall's sisters honored her by wearing their bridesmaids dresses in a mud run after her tragic death. (Credit: CNN)

Shannon Hall, 24, of Athens, died about two weeks ago when the vehicle in which she was riding collided with a school bus. Her wedding had been scheduled for Oct. 4.

"We just love her and we just miss her so much," said her sister Angie Guralski.

Before the crash, the five sisters had planned to run in Marshfield's Udder Mudder race in formal dresses, Guralski said. Her sister's death changed everything.

"Since we won't be waring them on the 4th, we thought this is a perfect way to honor her," she said.

WAOW's Rose Heaphy contributed to this report.