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According to their own wish.'According to Dutch media, the euthanasia of Nic and Trees Elderhorst is exceptional as not many couples with a joint death wish get final authorisation.
Dick Bosscher of the Dutch Association of Voluntarily Life Ending said: 'It must be a coincidence when both people meet the demands for euthanasia at the same time.'Dual requests are therefore rarely honoured.'Spokesman Koos van Wees of the End of Life clinic explained that 'the difficulty is that both of the married people have to be more or less in the same situation with their illness', which according to him is 'very rare'.
After Nic's stroke in 2012, the couple signed a special euthanasia will and studied, with the help of their children, the laws involved in ending their lives.
The Netherlands introduced a euthanasia law 17 years ago, and since then more than 5,500 people have chosen ended their lives.
The pair made the request to die together because of Nic's failing health and Trees' inability to take care of her ailing husband.
Nic and Trees Elderhorst, both 91, passed away surrounded by family at their home in Didam, in the country's east, on June 4.One of their daughters said that when the day came, they said some final sweet words to each other before they died.