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KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-five babies were born at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri, recording the highest number of newborn babies in the Klang Valley.
"There were 15 baby boys and 10 baby girls born yesterday, with the earliest arrival reported at 12.54am. All are in the pink of health," a nurse at the hospital's maternity ward said today, when contacted here.
She hoped the hospital would record the birth of twins by tonight.
At the University Malaya Medical Centre, 20 babies were born on the first day of Hari Raya.
They comprised 11 males and nine females.
Hospital Pantai Ampang meanwhile, recorded a newborn baby boy at 2am yesterday. -- BERNAMA