Bride en route to wedding arrested for DUI in Arizona

Bride driving to her wedding arrested for DUI

A bride in Arizona was arrested for DUI while on the way to her wedding.

A bride-to-be was arrested on the way to her wedding for DUI Monday in Marana, Arizona.

She was handcuffed and put into the back of a police vehicle at 10.30am yesterday in Marana, Arizona, 30 miles north of Tuscon.

Responding cops reportedly suspected that the bride, who was wearing a full-length white wedding dress, might have been impaired while behind the wheel.

One person was taken to hospital with minor injuries as a result of the crash, police said.

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

"This could've turned out way worse than it did", Scott said.

Marana Police Sergeant Chriswell Scott tweeted a photo of Young being arrested on her big day captioned "til death do we part doesn't need any help".

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

Young told officers it was her wedding day.