The priceless wedding ring found after 17 years, the couple's happiness has no place
The joy of getting the lost thing back is something else. The same thing happened to a couple in London. Noel Nissen’s diamond ring was lost in the British Columbia Channel 17 years ago. Years later a swimmer found the ring after which he informed the police. Noel and her husband’s name were written on this ring. Police issued a statement on the news site to trace the owner. Noel contacted the police and retrieved the ring and rewarded the finder.
Noel said he never expected to meet again after losing his wedding ring at Penticton Chanel nearly two decades ago. He told that my father-in-law saw an article on a news site and told me is it yours? I immediately recognized the ring. Noel said he lost the ring 17 years ago during a summer vacation with his friends, just a few years after their marriage. He said that we were swimming down the channel with some of our friends when I realized that my ring was lost somewhere
Noel said the ring is back in near perfect condition after being in the water for 17 years. He said that I did not expect that even after 17 years of being in water and sand, the ring would be found in this condition. A silver band is also made with carvings on the ring. Noel told that my wedding anniversary is also near. This time the anniversary will be special. I am going on a spring tour with family. My family is feeling very happy on receiving the ring