First Responder Proposes to Woman Whose Life He Helped Save

Cameron Hill responded to the 2012 domestic violence call that left Melissa Dohme in critical condition.
0:50 | 05/13/15

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It was a home run first pitch for a young Florida woman Melissa dome. With scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays game on behalf of an organization that helps families in need but much to her surprise and never went out of the stadium. She was handed more than just a baseball she was asked for her hand in marriage for boyfriend Cameron hill. Back in 2012 Melissa was the victim of domestic violence. Ammon was one of the EMTs who helped save her life with his former boyfriend had stabbed her 32 times and left her for dead months later. The to reconnect it and fell in love. Fast forward three years to the race game when hill handed her the game ball he wrote in reading when you married me before you knew it was down on one knee. Yes and the crowd went wild. As the pitch doesn't it strike but that's probably because of the rain.

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