Siblings remember the pain of losing their 9-year-old sister Arlena Twigg

“I felt like I had died with her,” Irisa Roylance said of being with her sister Arlena Twigg when she passed away in the hospital at age 9 following heart surgery.
1:08 | 11/27/19

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I remember watching the monitor. And heart break this prop. And got an era. The question is gone. I felt. But I've been talking trip. And I laid my head on her chest. I told her I was sorry that I couldn't help her. I stayed at eight. My best friend's house I remember my mom showed up. And she just told me this. Passed away in. I believe it. She was news. Very pleased that she would be okay. My psychic. I was at one point her around a little red wagon in the front yard at church on Sunday. We always did everything.

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