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Paramedic proposes to his girlfriend in a baseball game three years after saving her life
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Melissa Dohme, who was asked to throw the ceremonial first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game earlier this week, was surprised by her boyfriend, Christopher Hill, as he met her on the mound, knelt down and popped the question. - photo by Tyler Stahle
Three years ago, Florida paramedic Cameron Hill helped save Melissa Dohmes life.

Now, Hill has asked to be a part of Dohme's life forever.

Dohme, who was asked to throw the ceremonial first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game earlier this week, was surprised when her savior and boyfriend met her on the mound. Dohme was even more surprised when Hill knelt down and popped The Question.

This sweet proposal comes three years after Dohme was the victim of a violent attack from a former boyfriend. Miraculously, she survived, thanks in large part to the efforts of first responder Hill, who she started a relationship with two months after recovery.

By a miracle I am still here, said Dohme in an interview with WFLA in 2013.