Amy and Ben Peterson married on Halloween at Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone. See SWNS story SWNNwedding; A bride who was told she would never walk or talk again after falling into a coma then had a leg amputated was able to dance with her new husband at their wedding. Amy Peterson, who has suffered a host of health problems, said she feels wonderful after tying the knot with her fiancé Ben on Halloween. Over the past four years, the 32-year-old had all her teeth removed and fell into a coma for five days after suffering a cardiac arrest. Doctors warned there was a high chance Mrs Peterson would be brain damaged when she woke up and not be able to walk or talk again - but she defied their predictions. To make matters worse, last April Mrs Petersons right leg was amputated below the knee after an ulcer in her foot became infected and began affecting her kidneys. Yet Mrs Peterson did not let any of her health issues get in the way of marrying her boyfriend of five years last Sunday at Archbishops Palace in Maidstone, Kent.