Rochester, N.Y./ W. Hartford, Conn. - You may remember Dr. William Petit, the doctor who did his residency at the University of Rochester before he suffered personal tragedy.
He survived a home invasion rampage that took the lives of his wife and two daughters in 2007 while he was living in Connecticut.
Petit was the only one to survive. He was beaten with a baseball bat and left bound in the basement--but he managed to escape to a neighbor's house.
Petit sat in the front row throughout the separate murder and sentencing trials of Hayes and Komisarjevsky.
Both men were convicted and sentenced to be executed and are currently on Connecticut's death row.
Now there is some happiness in his life – he has remarried. His new bride is a 34-year-old photographer.
They were wed this past Sunday in West Hartford, Connecticut.