When conjoined twin babies are separated for the first time, a mother faints from joy.
A team of 28 doctors operated for five hours on Yemeni conjoined twins at the King Abdullah Children's Hospital in Saudi Arabia, according to the Saudi Press Agency.
A nurse and doctor run to assist the woman after she falls.
Mawaddah and Rahma, Yemeni baby girls, were separated without any complications, and they are in good health. At the lower chest and abdomen, they were conjoined.
Dr Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Rabeeah, head of the hospital's medical team, said this is the 52nd time conjoined twins have been separated.