Newlywed saves husband after he falls into volcano

The couple reveals the terrifying moment when the husband fell into volcano on their honeymoon
2:09 | 07/27/19

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Let's talk about the honeymoon hike that went horribly wrong. By the way, there is a happy ending but it did force a new wife to climb into a volcano to save her husband and ABC's Maggie Rulli is on the desk with more on the story. The wife, okay, she's just 5'2", barely more than 100 pounds yet somehow she was able to drag her new husband, who, by the way, is more than 60 pounds heavier than her down a mountain to save his life. The couple is calling it a miracle. Their caribbean honeymoon almost ended in tragedy. I was just completely terrified that my husband was going to die on our honeymoon. Reporter: But this morning clay Chastain is alive and recovering thanks to the henge of his new wife acaimie. They were out hiking in St. Kitts when he decided to climb down a dormant volcano by himself. I'm usually pretty cautious so it's possible that I clipped but I find it more likely a rope broke on me. Reporter: Moments later acaimie she says she hears clay calling out for help. I started climbing as rapidly as I could down into the crater. Reporter: Finally she sees clay bloody and disoriented about 50 feet down. At this point in time I'm literally she canning his name, I'm screaming his name. Reporter: With no cell service and no one else around it was on acaimie to save her husband's life. I was just praying to god that I wouldn't have to be flying back to the United States by myself without a husband anymore. Reporter: For almost three hours acaimie guided and pushed clay up out of the crater and down the mountain until they were able to reach cell service and call 911. It was just incredible how everything panned out and how god was so good to us and protected us when we were literally completely alone. Reporter: Clay was medically air lifted to that hospital in Florida where right now he's being treated for a cracked skull and jaw as well as the loss of hearing in one ear. They're just happy to be alive. She is incredible, yes. She is incredible. Here's the thing, he knows she loves him. Now there's proof. Thanks, Maggie. Well, suspected drug dealer

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