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Oliver Robinson and Lara Pira, of Skokie, got married on The Ledge at Willis Tower Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, as winners of the second annual "Love on The Ledge" contest. (Skydeck Chicago/Willis Tower / Handout) Mike Isaacs Contact Reporter Pioneer Press Most love stories don't begin with one partner cutting off another in traffic, but one Skokie couple says they may never have had their special pre-Valentine's Day wedding without that encounter. Oliver Robinson, 29, and Lara Pira, 30, tied the knot Sunday in Chicago well, high above Chicago's streetscape is more like it. The couple were among four announced winners of Willis Tower's annual social media contest, which awarded them "a romantic Valentine's Day 'Love on the Ledge' ceremony" on top of the highest observation deck in America, according to contest officials. The bride and groom were each allowed to invite five guests to the event on Skydeck Chicago's 103rd floor 1,353 feet above ground, officials said . "We never dreamed of this," Robinson said. "I'll always remember our anniversary and Valentine's Day now." According to the couple, though, it was that fateful moment in 2009 driving on Dempster Street in Skokie that made it all possible. Robinson and Pira said they had been good buddies when they were Niles North High School students, but had lost contact with each other for several years after graduation. Then in 2009, Pira admits, she cut in front of Robinson heading east on Dempster Street near Skokie Boulevard, recognized who it was and motioned for him to pull over. "It was the first time we had seen each other in four years," Pira said.

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