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OK Medical Examiner Identifies Tornado Victims

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla_ The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office has identified 16 of the 24 people who died as a result of the two-mile-wide tornado in Moore on Monday.

The names of the other eight people have not been released, because their next of kin has not yet been notified.

10 of the victims are children, and 14 are adults. All of those unidentified are adults. 7 of the 10 children died inside the Plaza Towers Elementary School.

The list of identified victims and their ages are as follows:

 

Terri Long        F      49

Megan Futrell   F      29

Case Futrell     F      4 Months

Shannon Quick         F      40

Sydnee Vargyas      F      7 Months

Karrina Vargyas      F      4

Jenny Neely            F      38

Antonia Canderaria   F      9

Kyle Davis              M     8

Janae Hornsby       F      9

Sydney Angle         F      9

Emily Conatzer       F      9

Nicolas McCabe      M     9

Christopher Legg   M     9

Cindy Plumley         F      Unknown

Deanna Ward         F      Unknown

 

We will release the names of the other 8 individuals as the Medical Examiner's Office releases them.

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