Oklahoma tornado update: More El Reno, Oklahoma City-area victims identified
Jessica Remer , Tyler Dunn
11:43 AM, Jun 4, 2013
7:13 AM, Jun 6, 2013
EL RENO, Okla. - The Medical Examiner's Office identified six more victims of last week's violent tornadoes Wednesday.
Only one child, a girl found in Oklahoma City, has yet to be identified. That victim was also added to the list Wednesday, bring the death toll to 20.
Tuesday, the National Weather Service called the tornado that tore through El Reno the widest ever recorded. The NWS also upgraded its initial EF-3 rating to an EF-5, with winds nearly 300 miles per hour.
According to the NWS, the tornado was at least 2.6 miles wide -- twice the width of the EF-5 that hit Moore May 20. It traveled 16.2 miles and was on the ground for about 40 minutes.
William Rose O'Neal, 67 Timothy Samaras, 55 Carl Richard Young, 45 Richard Henderson, 35 Maria Pol Martin, 26 Rey Chicoj Pol, 1 Cory Don Johnson, 3 Dustin Heath Bridges, 32 Paul Samaras, 24 James Talbert, 65 Brandie Kay Perry, 40 Dorenia Hamilton, 79 Timothy Shrum, 21
Florinda Santos, 34 Samuel Enrique Cifuentes, 33 Brandon Santos, 8 Alex Cifuentes, 4 Chris Santos, 4 Lesley Santos, 7