Two women who learned from an Ancestry.com DNA test that they were switched at birth in 1964 are suing an Oklahoma hospital for the damaging mixup.
Tina Ennis and Jill Lopez, now 57, were both born at Duncan Physicians and Surgeons Hospital, on May 18, 1964 — but somehow, they claim, each was handed off to the other’s biological parents.
According to the Daily Beast, the two women and their families went 55 years without knowing the truth, until Ennis sent her DNA off to Ancestry.com and got some confusing results.
With some help from her daughter and a bit of internet sleuthing, Ennis tracked down Lopez, who took her own DNA test and confirmed that she is the actual biological daughter of Ennis’ mother, Kathryn Jones.
Now Ennis, Lopez, and Jones are suing Duncan Regional Hospital…
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