Toronto van attack victims named, number of injured raised to 16

Canadian authorities say they have found two more people who were injured when a van plowed into pedestrians in Toronto and have raised the total number of injured to 16.

The authorities also released the names of the 10 people killed in the attack. Eight of the 10 victims were women and all of them were Toronto residents, except for Andrea Bradden, 33, of Toronto suburb Woodbridge.

The other victims were Beutis Renuka Amarasingha, 45, Geraldine Brady, 83, So He Chung, 22, Anne Marie D'Amico, 30, Mary Elizabeth Forsyth, 94, Ji Hun Kim, 22, Dorothy Sewell, 80, Chul Min Kang, 45, and Munir Abdo Habib Najjar, 85.

Earlier, police said the victims were “predominantly women” but did not release the breakdown.

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Anne Marie D'Amico 

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Dorothy Sewell, 80.

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Munir Abdo Habib al-Najar

Munir Abdo Habib al-Najar a Jordan native, was visiting Toronto with one his children.

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Two Victims from South Korea

At this time their names have not been made public, but their families have been notified.

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One female college student

The victim's name is not known at this time but a statement from Seneca College in Toronto confirms the young woman's passing. 

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Prosecutors charged van driver Alek Minassian with 10 counts of murder and 13 counts of attempted murder following Monday’s attack. The 14th victim was discovered after the charges were filed.

Homicide Investigator Bryan Bott told reporters Friday that prosecutors plan to raise the number of attempted murder charges to 16.

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