Latina Gives Birth To Healthy Quintuplets

A woman gave birth to a healthy set of quintuplets with help from a team of eight doctors, one anesthesiologist and dozens of nurses ensuring the mother and the tiny babies survived.

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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows the feet of one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows a hand of one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    This undated photo provided by the University of Utah Hospital shows a hand of one of the quintuplets born over Memorial Day weekend to Salt Lake City couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. Garcia's five babies three girls and two boys weigh between 2 to 3 pounds each and are expected to have to stay at the hospital for another six weeks. Doctors predict they will grow up completely healthy. (AP Photo/University of Utah Hospital)
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    Guillermina Garcia holds up baby clothing after receiving a baby present following a news conference Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at the University of Utah hospital, in Salt Lake City. A team about 40 medical personnel led by eight doctors helped ensure a Utah couple's newborn quintuplets were born healthy. Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed their five babies three girls and two boys over the weekend at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Dr. Tracy Manuck, left, receives a hug from Guillermina Garcia after getting a baby present following a news conference Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at the University of Utah hospital, in Salt Lake City. A team about 40 medical personnel led by eight doctors helped ensure a Utah couple's newborn quintuplets were born healthy. Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed their five babies three girls and two boys over the weekend at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Dr. Tracy Manuck, left, gives a baby present to Guillermina and Fernando Garcia after a news conference Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at the University of Utah hospital, in Salt Lake City. A team about 40 medical personnel led by eight doctors helped ensure a Utah couple's newborn quintuplets were born healthy. Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed their five babies three girls and two boys over the weekend at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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    Guillermina Garcia smiles during a news conference Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at the University of Utah Hospital, in Salt Lake City. A team about 40 medical personnel led by eight doctors helped ensure a Utah couple's newborn quintuplets were born healthy. Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed their five babies three girls and two boys over the weekend at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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