Sisters Give Birth at Hadassah Four Hours Apart

Monday, Oct 22 2018

Twin Sisters, Efrat and Michal Give Birth Four Hours Apart

Two sisters, Efrat and Michal, gave birth to their babies at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem four hours apart.

It was Efrat’s fifth child and Michal’s second. "We live far away, but I wanted to give birth at Hadassah," Efrat explained. To Efrat's surprise, she met her younger sister, Michal at the hospital. Michal’s due date was in another week, but when her water broke she rushed to the hospital.

“The staff was nothing less than amazing,” commented grandmother Zehuvit, whose husband, David, works at Hadassah. “We've had a terrific experience with fantastic results."

Read more at Israel National 

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