An uncommon birth made the newspaper in 1937, today they're on TV

TOLEDO (WTVG) - In the 1930's triplets weren't born in Western Ohio as often as they are now.

Dana and Diana Crow and Darline Sabato were born June 21, 1937 in Wapakoneta, Ohio. Their birth made the newspaper 80 years ago.

On Wednesday, the triplets turned 80 years old and celebrated their birthday at the Real Seafood Company Toledo.

"Not every city gets a set of triplets that's 80 years old," said Diana.

Darline said, when they were born the doctor thought their mother was having twins.

Sabato said, "mom asked the doctor, well you sure you got all the afterbirth?"

Dana is the only boy with two sisters. He told 13abc he was the first born of the three.

His sister Diana was birthed next and the doctor thought his job was done. However, their mother knew better.

"She said, well there's another one in there and that was myself," added Darline.

When asked what was their most memorable moment growing up their responses were the same.

"We'd play hide-and-go-seek in the corn fields, because we were so busy we didn't have to have friends," said Darline.

"We'd play hide-and-go-seek in the corn field," said Diana. "Ride the backs of the pig. Grab a hold of the cow and let him drag us through the barn yard."

Even though they are living in different cities and Darline lives in Florida, Wednesday was a day they couldn't spend a part.

"I've had a good life," said Darline. "I have had a good life."

Darline said even though she doesn't see Diana everyday, it doesn't seem like it because they talk on the phone multiple times a day.