Arizona bride driving to wedding arrested for DUI

Amber Young 32 was arrested and charged with DUI on Monday after allegedly driving drunk on the way to her own wedding

A Marana bride was arrested while driving to her wedding - allegedly while impaired - Monday morning, and naturally there's a photo.

Around 10:30 a.m., officers responded to an intersection for a report of a three-car collision.

A picture released by police shows Amber Young, 32, being led to a police cruiser while wearing a floor-length wedding gown and with her hands cuffed behind her back.

A picture issued by the Marana Police Department shows the bride-to-be in handcuffs being ushered into the back of a patrol vehicle on a busy road.

She was taken into custody and was taken to a sub-station where she had her blood drawn to determine her blood alcohol content.

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It was not clear if Young made it to her wedding on time.

Sgt. Scott added that a person in one of the other vehicles was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

He said: "This could've turned out way worse than it did".

"Don't drive impaired", Scott wrote online.

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