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A group of sisters who were the world's first quads to survive a caesarean section celebrated their 60th birthday this week. Bridget Good along with Frances and twin sisters Elizabeth and Jennifer made medical history following their emergency birth. They were dubbed the ''Good sisters'' and soon fronted a number promotions for baby products as a nation became overjoyed by their survival. The sisters, without Bridget who died of a brain haemorrhage at 36, re-visited Southmead hospital in Bristol - where they were born in 1948. The trio arrived at the hospital's neo-natal intensive care unit on Thursday and described how people had once climbed the building to get a glimpse of them as babies.

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