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We want to find our missing triplet sister after 46 years — we refuse to believe she’s dead


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They’re keeping hope alive — refusing to believe that their triplet is dead.

For nearly 50 years, sisters Adriana and Lilia Hernández were told that their triplet sister died after spending several weeks in a hospital incubator immediately following their birth.

However, owing to sibling intuition, the twosome has recently launched a worldwide hunt for their third, who they’re hoping to find with social media’s support.

“We believe our triplet didn’t die,” insisted the Hernandez sisters, 46, in a TikTok plea for assistance, per JamPress. “Please help us share this story.”

Adriana and Lilia, born in Pachuca, Mexico, have amassed over 14 million views on videos dedicated to their investigation — which was spurred by the oddity that their allegedly late triplet’s body was never released by the hospital to their parents for burial.

“We grew up listening to this story,” said the pair in a viral post. “We also grew up looking forward to meeting the third sister, and to give each other that long-overdue hug.”

In a separate, yet equally moving clip, the Spanish-speaking duo offered an appeal in English, saying: “We would like our friends, family and the public in general to share our video and story in order to make the search easier,” to an audience of 2.5 million watchers.

“With technology and social media,” the women continued. “We hope to find our missing triplet and reunite with her.”

Naturally, online onlookers saturated the sisters’ comments with potential sightings of their unaccounted for kin.

“I work with someone who looks like a copy and, because of her age, seems to match. She is from Pachuca, her name is Claudia,” penned an eager spectator.

“They look a lot like my wife’s aunt who lives in Columbus Nebraska, she is also from Pachuca,” wrote another.

“I work with someone who looks like a copy and, because of her age, seems to match. She is from Pachuca, her name is Claudia,” penned an eager spectator.

“God, please make this reunion happen. TikTok do your magic,” prayed an emotionally invested viewer. “I eagerly await the second part with the reunion.”

Another advocate for the Hernandez sibs said, “If they feel that their sister is still alive, she is alive, it is not up for discussion.”

Adriana and Lilia have yet to update fans as to whether any tips have lead them closer to their ultimate goal.

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But, thanks to the power of TikTok, there is still hope.

In fact, single mom Sarah-Jayne Snow, 30, from Edinburgh, Scotland, virally tapped snoops on the app to help locate her AWOL baby’s father in April 2023.

And in January 2022, social media sleuths aided a Pennsylvania woman named Mica Renee in sniffing out the whereabouts of a would-be mystery lover she’d met during a vacation to Miami Beach — who TikTok discovered was a married man.

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