2 sisters reunite after 75 years apart

A DNA test kit helped put the pieces together for these long lost sisters.
1:28 | 10/23/19

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Finally tonight, America strong. Two sisters, back together, 75 years later. One so young when they were separated, she didn't even know she had a sister. Susan was born in Detroit, adopted by Lloyd and Bernice trotter in Nashville, raised there as an only child. Never knowing she was adopted until Susan got a message just last month from this woman named Jackie. We were hysterical. Neither one of us could speak to one another, I mean, we just held the phone, I think, for awhile. Reporter: Jackie is Susan's older sister. And Jackie had spent her life looking for her, because she was old enough at the time to remember she had a sibling. She took an ancestry DNA test and found her. Oh, my -- Reporter: Jackie waiting at the airport for the sister she finally found. Two sisters together for the first time in 75 years. We're together after 75 years. Reporter: They have a lot of catching up to do. Now we can play hopscotch. We can go shopping. Get anything we want. We have a lot to get caught up on, don't we, girl? Yes, we do. Reporter: And this weekend, the cake and the extended family. Susan and Jackie, and as they said, a lot of catching up to trying to figure out what municipal question one means for you?

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