Twin sisters make history as they welcome babies 13 minutes apart (Photos)

Twin sisters

Twin sisters, Amesha Thuesday and Amela Latasha, on Wednesday, February 24, gave birth to their babies just 13 minutes apart.

This delivery which happened at the New Amsterdam Regional Hospital, in Guyana was described as a historic one.

Amesha and Amela who were both admitted to the hospital on February 23, gave birth to a girl and a baby boy, named; Cassidy Miracle Grand and Myron Kingsley Rajgopaul.

They arrived at 9:10hrs and 9:23hrs respectively weighing 3kg.

A statement posted by the Regional Democratic Council of Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), on Facebook said that the Regional Health Officer Dr Vishalya Sharma and Medical Superintendent Dr Vasana Henry were thrilled that the institution was chosen by the mothers to care and manage their deliveries.

The new mothers said they are thankful to God that they are able to share this experience with each other.

“Father I wanna thank you for bringing me and my sister through safe with our delivery. Twins make twin cousins mins apart. They both would be celebrating their birthday together while me and my twin gone do the same” Amela wrote on Facebook.

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