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After years of trying to find each other, two long-lost Newfoundland brothers have discovered they live just metres apart in Corner Brook.
"He was across the road. I could not believe it. That was crazy. It took me about three hours to get up the nerve to call," said Tommy Larkin, 30.
Larkin and his brother, Stephen Goosney, 29, were adopted as children by separate families. Larkin grew up in a happy family in Cook's Harbour, on Newfoundland's Northern Peninsula.
Goosney grew up a few hundred kilometres south, in Woody Point.
Both Larkin and Goosney spent years searching for their biological family but had no luck, until they received help from Newfoundland and Labrador's Post Adoption Services agency.
On March 25, the brothers found out they have been living on the same street in Corner Brook, western Newfoundland, for the past two years.
"[Finding him in] Newfoundland would have been really exceptional … but across the road is something amazing," said Goosney.
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