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Detroit couple celebrates 70 years of marriage

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They were childhood friends who fell in love. They eventually married and are still going strong 70 years later. They're both in their 90's now.

Watch Kam Carmen's full video report above.

Gertrude and Hugh Allison got engaged when Hugh was in the service back in WWII. They finally tied the knot back in 1942, after spending some time apart.

The couple celebrated their anniversary back in December.

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