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Honeymooning German Bride Left Behind At Gas Station

KIRCHHEIM, Germany (UPI) — A German man taking a trip with his new bride drove about 125 miles before realizing he had left his wife behind at a gas station.

Eileen Nowak, 33, said she got out of the van to use the restroom at a gas station near Kirchheim while on her honeymoon and her husband drove off without her, believing her to be sleeping in the back, FFH Radio reported Friday.

Novak said her husband drove for about two hours, making it 125 miles to Brunswick, before realizing she was not in the van. She said she did not have her phone or any money when she was left behind.

Novak said she was reunited with her husband with the help of police in Kirchheim.

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