Indiana kindergarten class has 8 sets of twins
August 22, 2013 (PERU, Ind.) (WLS) -- Double vision is possible during a visit to one school in Peru, Indiana.
This year, the kindergarten class at an elemenary school has eight sets of twins.
Some of the twins can be found walking the hallways of Pipe Creek Elementary School hand-in-hand.
The principal doesn't know why there are so many twins in a class of just 108.
"I can't tell where they all came from, there may be something in the water, said Laura Fulton, principal at Pipe Creek Elementary School. "You may want to avoid Miami County."
The school decided to keep each set of twins together in the same kindergarten classes for this year.
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