Doctors Work to Separate Rare Conjoined Twins From Set of Triplets

The conjoined babies are just two of the identical triplet girls born at 34 weeks.
1:32 | 05/19/15

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A Texas couple is calls the birth of their baby girls a miracle. They were delifrd over the weekend. Two of them were joined at the pelvis. Dls are hopeful they'll soon be able to lead separate lives. Reporter: Doctors are calling it a 1 in 50 million chance, identical triplet girls. What T's more unusual? Two of them are conjoined. We were not expected it. It was rare. Catalina, Amina, and scarlet were born at 34 weeks. We worry about the brains. Eyes. Lungs. And the babies' G.I. Tract. Reporter: Doctors performed emergency surgery to begin the process of separating Amina and scarlet. The outcome, the twins have separate bladders. Our affiliate cameras were there when dad held Catalina for the first time. God chose us for a reason to take care of them. Reporter: Doctors say in six month, they'll be able to separate the wins the completely. This is a very rare finding. And a rare abnormality. We want to make sure we have as much information as is possible. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York. Our thanks to Reena for that. Truly miraculous. We wish them the very best.

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