Seeing double? Hospital cares for six sets of twins

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LEE’S SUMMIT, Missouri — Nurses at one hospital in Missouri are busy after recently having had six sets of twins come into their care.

ABC News reported that the twins are split between the regular maternity ward at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Saint Luke’s East Hospital.

The six set have all come into the hospital within the last 30 days. The twin babies range from 2 to 30 days old and all are doing well, according to ABC.

The timing of the twins’ arrival is reportedly a coincidence and the result of some early and unexpected deliveries.

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