Documentary tells story of LI triplets separated at birth

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A documentary that tells the story of three Long Islanders who were separated at birth premiers Sunday night.

"Three Identical Strangers" tells the story of identical triplets who were separated at birth in 1961 at what is now Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

They were given to different families for adoption. It wasn't until they were 19 years old that they learned of each other's existence.

The documentary was set to air at 9 p.m. Sunday on CNN.

 

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