Two sisters born the same day 97 years ago, died together over the weekend in Barrington, Rhode Island, news reports coming from Rhode Island are reporting.
Police said the "tragic" incident is thought to have been an accident.
Jean Haley, of Barrington, was trying to call for help and fell after noticing her sister, Martha Williams, of East Providence, had fallen also, Barrington Police said. However, due to the fact that they've spent the whole night in the cold, the doctors were unable to resuscitate them.
The force said the twins had gone for an evening out with a younger sister, aged 89, who had already left for home when they got into trouble at around 8.30pm.
It is thought Martha may have fallen while returning to her vehicle after dropping Jean home. Temperatures were below freezing overnight, according to the Providence Journal. All three went to Haley's Opechee Drive home at about 8:30 p.m.
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LaCross said it appears that Williams may have fallen and then as Haley went to call for help, she fell as well.
"They came into life together and they died together", John Haley, one of Jean Haley's sons, told TIME on Monday. The sisters were immediately transported to Rhode Island Hospital where they later died.
Police say the cause of death has not been determined but the extreme cold temperatures may have been a factor.
Barrington Police Chief John M. LaCross offered his condolences to the victims' families Sunday.