If you can believe it, World War 2 and the tragedy of the Holocaust was 75 years ago. It was that time that a lot of families were separated and lost. Despite that, even years after, families are meeting up again for the first time since that horrible period in history. Cousins Morris Sana and Simon Mairowitz lost each other while fleeing from the Nazis in World War II and 75 years later, the Holocaust survivors have finally been reunited. "We were an emotional wreck, that is what we were," said Carmela Ofer, Sana’s daughter who helped set up their reunion.
According to ABCNews.com, Ofer had submitted a DNA test years ago, which matched with the DNA of Brown and her mother, Alison O’Callaghan -- Mairowitz's daughter. Once they were connected, Ofer and O’Callaghan jumped on FaceTime in what was an emotional phone call. Both confessed that they had been searching for each other. "We cried and cried and cried and cried. We couldn’t get one word out," Ofer said. Upon hearing that Mairowitz and his family were found, Sana was in complete shock.
Check out the video from Good Morning America below: