PHOENIX — A Phoenix woman gave birth to naturally conceived quadruplets last month at Valleywise Health Medical Center.
The odds of this are 1 in 571,787, according to Valleywise Health.
On November 25, Marquita Timmons gave birth to her four children, two boys and two girls, by emergency C-section. One of the girls named MahoganiRose died five days after she was born.
The surviving children are named SyrBrank, MysterBo and MaliyhaJean. They will celebrate their one-month birthday on Christmas, which is an important milestone for infants born under dire circumstances, according to a Valleywise Health spokesperson.
All four babies weighed between one and three pounds.
Timmons's family started a GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs for MahoganiRose and the costs associated with the babies and hospital bills.