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Babies born on 12-12-12 in Mass., NE, NJ, NY, Ohio
Thursday - 12/13/2012, 5:12am EST
BOSTON (AP) - At least five newborns have come into the world with a little once-a-century good luck.
They arrived at 12:12 on 12-12-12.
Ohio's WTTE-TV says Tiffaney and Joshua Diles of Chillicothe welcomed son, Austin Matthew, at 12:12 a.m. Wednesday.
Three girls and a boy clocked in 12 hours later.
Noelle Joy Klinker was born in Boston to parents Colleen and Joe Klinker.
In Fremont, Neb., Robin Heaton gave birth to daughter, Zoey.
The New York Post reports, an as yet unnamed baby girl was born to Michael and Olivia Patterson of Manhattan.
And the (Newark) Star-Ledger says Debbie and Joe Turner of Brick, N.J., who survived Superstorm Sandy, have their own little reminder _ son Carson Hurricane Turner.
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