- Tori Drinkard and her twin sister, Tara Howard, who are both nurses at the same hospital, helped to deliver twins
- Another interesting thing about this is that they were born in the same hospital three decades earlier
- Parents of the twins said they are keeping in touch with the sisters so their children would know of the amazing things done by them
Two sisters, Tara Howard and Tori Drinkard, nurses at the Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Centre, contributed greatly to humanity as they helped deliver a set of twins.
The mother, identified as Rebecca Williams, gave birth to twin girls named Addison and Emma. Irish Post reports that it is the first time the two sisters had worked together in the same delivery room aswell.
Briefly.co.za learnt that another amazing thing about the two sisters is that they were born in the same hospital 26 years ago. One of the two sisters, Tori, works in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Tara, speaking about her twin sister, Tori, said that when her sister got to know that she would be working in the C-section theatre, they would eventually meet in the delivery room someday.
"When Tara first started working in the labour and delivery unit, we knew we’d cross paths in the delivery room eventually,” she said.
She, however, said that she did not know that their first experience would turn out to be this awesome and news-worthy.
The Williams family said that they hope to build a relationship with the sisters so that their twins can also one day know about their amazing act.
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