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Indian woman's second set of twins also born on moving train

May 6, 2013 at 2:26 PM   |   Comments

LUCKNOW, India, May 6 (UPI) -- An Indian woman has given birth to twins on a moving train for a second time, her husband says.

Zubin Nisha and her husband Habibullah were traveling on Kushinagar Express from Mumbai to Gonda for the birth of the twin boys when Zubin went into labor on the train between Unnao and Lucknow, the Indo-Asian News Service reported Monday.

Habibullah said his wife gave birth with the help of other passengers before the train reached Lucknow.

"I am very thankful to Allah and my fellow passengers who helped me a lot," Habibullah said.

He said the couple's 4-year-old twins, a boy and a girl, were also born on a train.

"Well, indeed this is some sort of a record, but what can I say," he said. "I can call this a rare blessing of God almighty that my kids come into this world in such a manner."

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