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Youngest tornado victim was just 4 months old

By CNN Staff
updated 9:32 PM EDT, Wed May 22, 2013
<a href='http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/22/us/oklahoma-tornado-victims/index.html' target='_blank'>Kyle Davis</a>, 8, was among 24 who died during the tornado that pummeled Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday, May 20. He was at Plaza Towers Elementary School when the twister hit. His parents called him "Hammy." Kyle Davis, 8, was among 24 who died during the tornado that pummeled Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday, May 20. He was at Plaza Towers Elementary School when the twister hit. His parents called him "Hammy."
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • The youngest victims were 4 months and 7 months old
  • Seven of the 10 children killed died at an elementary school

(CNN) -- The names of the 24 victims in Monday's central Oklahoma tornado have been released by the Oklahoma Chief Medical Examiner's Office.

Of the dead, 10 are children, including two infants. Seven of the children were killed in the Plaza Towers Elementary School.

The oldest victim was 70.

Read the stories behind the names

The victims are:

-- Sydney Angle, 9;

-- Hemant Bhonde, 65;

-- Richard Brown, 41;

-- Antonia Candelaria, 9;

-- Emily Conatzer, 9;

-- Kyle Davis, 8;

-- Case Futrell, 4 months;

-- Megan Futrell, 29;

-- Jenae Hornsby, 9;

-- Leslie Johnson, 46;

-- Rick Jones, 54;

-- Christopher Legg, 9;

-- Terri Long, 49;

-- Nicolas McCabe, 9;

-- Jenny Neely, 38;

-- Cindy Plumley, 45;

-- Shannon Quick, 40;

-- William Sass, 63;

-- Randy Smith, 39;

-- Gina Stromski, 51;

-- Tawuana Robinson, 45;

-- Sydnee Vargyas, 7 months;

-- Karrina Vargyas, 4;

-- Deanna Ward, 70.

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