Action news first told you Munos’s incredible journey May.
The day Munos returned home, her longtime boyfriend suggested.
Delphi and Tony Munoz said they have known each other for over 25 years and feel like they are already married. On Friday, they made it official.
“I was bedridden for five months, so I had to learn how to walk again,” Munoz said.
She was able to comfortably walk down the aisle to meet the groom. After a tough year, they are grateful to be together.
“I’m enjoying life from a different perspective now because I woke up in the morning and knew you were alive and we’ve experienced so much,” said Tony Munoz.
This wedding was possible because she survived and gathered people inspired by her story.
The venue space, food and cake were all donated.
“For me, it’s just a turea. We were all born and raised here. I think that’s what our community is doing. When someone needs help, you do it. “We will strengthen,” said Joy Hernandez, a lifelong friend of Munoz.
Munos was about to die three times while in the hospital, but she continued to fight.
“That girl is an angel,” Hernandez said.
Throughout all that, Munos said the strength of her family and friends, and her faith helped her defeat COVID.
“It was a journey I experienced, but I was not alone. God never left my side. He was with me and never left my side.” Said Munoz about God and her new husband.
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