Claremore Daily Progress


June 4, 2013

Tornado deaths now at 18


 The Chief Medical Examiner confirms 18 fatalities from Friday night’s storms. The victims include 6 children and 12 adults. Seven victims remain unidentified at this time. In addition to the age and gender, the location where the victim was found is included for each of the fatalities.

· 67-year-old male, Union City

· 55-year-old male, El Reno

· 45-year-old male, El Reno

· 35-year-old male, El Reno

· 26-year-old female, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified 1-year-old boy, Oklahoma City

· 3-year-old boy, Oklahoma City

· 32-year-old male, Union City

· 24-year-old male, El Reno

· Unidentified female adult, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified male adult, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified male child, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified male child, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified male child, Oklahoma City

· Unidentified female child, Oklahoma City

· 65-year-old male, Luther

· 40-year-old female, Wewoka

· 79-year-old female, Clearview

The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports 115 injuries were treated by Oklahoma City area hospitals as a result of Friday’s storms. The injuries include 59 cut/pierce, 16 struck by/against, 20 falls and 20 transportation-related.


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