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Mother dies after daughters' wedding


A Georgia woman has died just one day after seeing her three daughters get married.

Becky Swales had been battling breast cancer. Her daughters Jodie, Sarah and Kaylie raised money so they could have all of their weddings on the same day with their mother there. ...

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