Conjoined Jacksonville twins doing better after fighting fevers

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Jacksonville's conjoined twins Conner and Carter Mirabal are resting after a weekend fighting fevers. Their family posted new pictures of the boys on Facebook on Sunday night.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —

Jacksonville's conjoined twins Conner and Carter Mirabal are resting after a weekend fighting fevers.

Their family posted new pictures of the boys on Facebook on Sunday night.
 
They say the boys both fought fevers Friday and Saturday, but no word on any infection. On Sunday, they said the boys are much better.
  
On Friday, Action News reported how the boys’ parents got to hold them for the first time since their birth in December.
   
Conner and Carter remain at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.


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