Formerly conjoined twins to be released from hospital and call Scarsdale home

The twin boys once joined at the head will soon be released from Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla and call Scarsdale their new home.

For the first time in their lives, 3-year-olds Carl and Clarence Aguirre will have a home to call their own. Scarsdale, Westchester County and Westhab, an organization that helps the homeless, are footing the bill for the family's new home. The boys had landmark surgery to separate their conjoined heads more than a year ago.The boys' mother says she is nervous and excited to be caring for the boys on her own for the first time. She adds that one day she would like to return to her native Philippines so her family can get to know the twins.The twins are scheduled to be released from the hospital at the end of the month.

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