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Mom of toddlers from toppled dresser ‘close call’: Video shows ‘twin bond’ is real

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Kayli Shoff is the mother whose 2-year-old twin boys are the subject of a home surveillance video that has gone viral after one twin pushed a toppled dresser off of the other after he became pinned. Shoff says that the video shows that “the twin bond is 100 percent real,” and that she and her husband hope other parents can prevent similar accidents from happening to their children.