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JUST IN! World’s Longest-Living Conjoined Twins Die At 68 (Photos)

JUST IN! World’s Longest-Living Conjoined Twins Die At 68 (Photos)

The world’s longest-living conjoined twins have died at the age of 68 in America.

Ronnie and Donnie Galyon, the world’s longest-living conjoined twins have died.
The brothers died on Saturday at the age of 68.
Dayton Day by day reported that Dave Galyon, a brother, introduced in a Fb submit Saturday morning that his brothers had died that morning, and the Montgomery County Coroner’s Workplace confirmed the deaths had been reported to that workplace.
The Dayton neighborhood adopted the brothers’ lives since their delivery. Donnie got here first on Oct. 28, 1951, with Ronnie stunning everybody minutes later along with his very literal connection to his brother, wrote the Dayton Day by day Information in 2009 after an interview with the twins.“We had a good doctor,” Ronnie stated in 2009.
“We’re lucky.”
They had been born at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Dayton. At the time, separation would have been troublesome if not not possible, and their dad and mom chose to let nature take its course. The Galyon’s had 4 arms and 4 legs, separate hearts, lungs, and stomachs. Their important organs joined within the digestive tracts, with one decrease gut.

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