48 babies were born in a span of 41 hours at a single hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. That breaks down to about one baby an hour. Inside Edition brought some of the moms and dads together, and the new parents said they were unaware they were making history. The baby boom started on June 26, when the hospital staff at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center quickly noticed a major uptick in activity. It was nonstop, and the baby boom didn’t end until almost two days later.

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