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Long-Lost Sisters Reunited After Adoptive Mom Spots Freakish Coincidence Online
Two sisters with cerebral palsy were split up when one of them was adopted to a family and now, four years later, they've been reunited.
Inside Editionhas the story of sisters Aubrey and Avery who were living in an orphanage in China and didn't even know they were related. In 2013, Aubrey was adopted to Lisa Lumpkins and her family of seven children in Kentucky, but Avery stayed behind in the orphanage.
In a truly miraculous turn of events, Lumpkins saw a picture of Avery while scrolling through social media earlier this year.
"The first time I seen (sic) them, I was just speechless," Lumpkins said.
Lumpkins went through the harrowing process of adopting Avery, who was then 14 years old, the legal age for cut-off from adoption in China. She rushed to complete the paperwork to reunite the two sisters.
Luckily, she made it right in the nick of time, and the Lumpkins recently welcomed Aubrey into their family.
"I was just floored, I didn't know what to say," Lumpkins said after reuniting the sisters.
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