Sextuplets born to New York couple

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October 27, 2008 14:00

 
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A Queens couple spent seven years raising their only child, a son - until New York's second-ever sextuplets arrived. The four boys and two girls were born earlier this month to 31-year-old Digna Carpio and her thirty-six-year-old husband Victor, a maintenance worker with the city's Housing Authority, according to the Daily News. The sextuplets were born at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Medical Center, weighing between 1.5 and 2 pounds (0.68 and 0.9 kilogram) each. Till their parents name them, they're known as babies A, B, C, D, E and F. With their 7-year-old son, the family suddenly has to care for seven children. City Council member Tony Avella started a collection for baby supplies from his Queens office.

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