Wedding plans are underway for a Tennessee couple who's engagement was almost put on hold after the couples ring was lost in the ocean.
Luckily, a good samaritan from Florence found the ring while on vacation.
Sandy Osborn told waay31 the ring washed up right under her beach chair on Panama City Beach. It was in a plastic bag with a bank card, and drivers license.
She was able to get it back to the groom and watch the proposal.
"Its hard to describe. It's an amazing story. The fact that I found the ring and I was able to get it back to them and to know that I played such a big part is truly amazing," Sandy Osborn told WAAY.
Osborn also told us she's been invited to the couples wedding and she hopes they have it back in Florida.
The picture above is from Sandy Osborn.
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