Texas School District Boasts 14 Sets of Twins

Union Grove Independent School District has a pair of twins in almost every grade.
3:00 | 02/08/13

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-- when a small Texas school district there are a lot of double takes going on this master that's for sure and that's because there are fourteen. Yes fourteen sets of twins roaming -- all the twins are not all identical but those who are shared stories of we've been switching places. And some of the kids say that their parents are urging them to just did -- little differently to make it less confusing. Four and their teachers. Now this is a great story but interesting fact this is not a record. I did a story in Connecticut where this is a school district in Texas I did a story where in one high school. -- Perry's public high school actually. There are fourteen sets of twins in one school and a lot of these kids had come -- three you know elementary school middle school high. And they were sad that they were gonna be separated when when touching but they are the record holders Guinness book world records how well would you do that story. That was probably need two and a half years ago OK blue arrow. I mean most of them have already graduated and -- -- this latest case in Texas only one set of the twins is actually a boy girl Kabul the rest are the same. Jose -- act that there are a lot of what her comments in the story that I --

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