BRUNSWICK, Ohio - A Brunswick woman delivered two sets of identical twins during a rare and remarkable pregnancy.
Lindsay Lowrie and Kenny Carr are now the proud parents of four boys, delivered last April at Fairview Hospital.
The babies were assigned letters during the pregnancy.
Kenneth Carr (Baby A) and Colton Carr (Baby B) are identical to each other. Bentley Carr (Baby C) and Griffin Carr (Baby D) are identical to each other.
Photographs of the four babies, now 7 weeks old, are posted on the father's Facebook page.
The babies remain in the hospital. A date has not been set for the four brothers to go home.
The engaged couple did not use fertility medication. They've seen reports that the odds of having identical twins during the same pregnancy is one in 70 million.
The father said the babies are doing well.
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