OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The twin girls who were born joined at the chest have been released from the hospital.
Children's Hospital spokesman Allen Poston says Kylee and Preslee Wells were released Monday and taken to The Children's Center in Bethany for rehabilitation.
Poston says the goal is for the girls to catch up on their development in areas of physical movement, such as rolling over.
The girls were born Oct. 25 and are believed to be the first known American Indian conjoined twins.
They were separated Jan. 19 during a 6-hour surgery.
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