Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez’s wedding guest were spotted leaving the event in an ambulance


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An ambulance carrying an unidentified man was seen leaving the Georgian wedding of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez on Saturday night.

The ambulance arrived at the guest registration entrance of the Affleck residence around 8:45 p.m., a source told Fox News Digital.

The emergency vehicle was at least the second to leave the residence, where the couple are spending three days celebrating their wedding, after an ambulance also transported an attendee on Friday.

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A guest was injured at Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s wedding.
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The unidentified man was then taken to the ambulance before the vehicle left.

The condition of the man and the hospital where he was transported to are not known at this time.

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An ambulance seen leaving the property on Friday reportedly carried Affleck’s mother. According to the Daily Mail, she fell and injured her leg, which required stitches.

An ambulance picks up a guest at Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's wedding.

An ambulance picks up a guest at Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s wedding.
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The high-profile weekend event comes after Affleck and Lopez eloped in Las Vegas last month.

The couple have been engaged since last year after rekindling their relationship, when Affleck proposed to Lopez in April. The couple previously dated in 2002 and got engaged in November.

They planned a wedding for the following year, but called it off and eventually separated.

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Representatives for Affleck and Lopez did not immediately respond to a Fox News Digital request for comment.


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