Siblings separated at birth meet for 1st time in more than 60 years

A brother and sister who were both given up for adoption met each other for the first time in more than 60 years.
Lois Goodwin says she got an email a few months ago from a man named Mark Cohen. He said he found her on ancestry.com - and that he was her brother.
"There was no way somebody could make that up, he had too much information, he knew too much," she says.
Cohen says from his adoption papers, he knew he had a sister out there. After finding out who she was on Ancestry.com, Cohen hopped in his car and drove from Maryland to Layton Avenue in Hicksville to meet his sister.
"We have a lot to look forward to, together," says Goodwin.
Goodwin says she hopes she can soon meet Cohen's children.