Parents in Fallen Dresser Incident Deny Hoax Claims

Kayli and Ricky Shoff join "GMA" to discuss what they say happened in a video showing their 2-year-old twin sons when a dresser pinned one boy down and his sibling set him free.
3:41 | 01/05/17

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We're back now, you see the family here at the center of the video with have all seen. The 2-year-old saving his twin from a falling dresser. That's body saving Brock right there. Now, some critics are raising questions about it. The Shoff family is with us now. That's Brock, bowdy and that's crew. Lot of people online raising a lot of questions about the video, one of the questions they're saying, why was the dresser empty. Basically, as you can tell they're pretty active. We do whatever we can as I'm changing volume. We do whatever we can to make sure we keep it clean. They pull the clothes out, we just decided the easiest things was to empty the drawers. You run a security camera company, some people saying it's a little suspicious that the camera was trained right there on the dresser. Sure. Yes, so, I just didn't -- I'm in sales for them and there are thousands of sales reps for the country Brock's on the loose. Brock's on the loose. So, we have cameras throughout our whole house and that camera is positioned from the best angle to see the entire room. There are cameras everywhere. All throughout. Mounted on the wall and fixed. So, Ricky, tell us -- walk us through what you heard, what you saw, what was going on Friday morning? Clearly these guys are a handful. They are. Lot of work, they're curious, they're ram bungs are. What I saw in the morning was they usually wake up the exact time every single day. They woke up early. I got to my phone and I look at the camera and the drawer was falling down. Where they were, I runown stairs. They were over in the corner playing nice and quiet. Like nothing happened? Like nothing happened. How did you figure out what happened. Ricky went back and look looked at the video on the camera. I'm watching it for the first time. As a parent my heart dropped. You were watching alone or together? He watched it alone first and then showed me. I showed her after I watched it. We were in shock. We didn't know -- we looked Brock and bowdy over. No marks other anything. No marks. We felt really blessed and did you have any idea that body was so strong? Yeah, he's a pretty strong kid. I think there was something more. He had extra help. Like superhuman. Crew, could you imagine your little brother could pull off something like that? I can pull out a chair -- Everybody's okay right now. We're glad to see them so strong and so active. I don't envy you every morning. A lot of work but definitely worth it. No question about it. Robin. They're adorable. Coming up, Amy and I are

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