VOORHEES, N.J. — Twin sisters in New Jersey gave birth to their first children just minutes apart.
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Danielle and Nicole Fisher were in adjacent rooms at Virtua Hospital in Voorhees and the boys were born 13 minutes apart Tuesday night. The women had been born within 12 minutes of each other 23 years ago.
Nicole Fisher tells The Courier-Post of Cherry Hill it just has something to do with "that twin communication." They say they didn't plan to get pregnant at the same time, either.
Danielle Fisher gave birth to Jonathan at 7:43 p.m. Her twin, who wasn't due for two weeks, delivered Maximus minutes later.
The twins' mother, Lisa Fisher, tells the newspaper it's unbelievable.
The women are living together with their parents in Clementon.
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