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    Why "were"?

    Weighing in at between 1.8lbs and 3.4lbs each, they are said to be doing well and were in a stable condition in the neonatal intensive care unit at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center.

    Why past tense here?

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    Re: Why "were"?

    Quote Originally Posted by dimkin7 View Post
    Weighing in at between 1.8lbs and 3.4lbs each, they are said to be doing well and were in a stable condition in the neonatal intensive care unit at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center.

    Why past tense here?
    It should be 'are', to agree with 'are said'.

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