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Names of Alabama tornado victims released: Ages range from 6 to 89

first_imgTAMI CHAPPELL/AFP/Getty Images(BEAUREGARD, Ala.) — Authorities have released the names of the 23 people, including four young children, who were killed when powerful tornadoes ripped through Lee County, Ala., on Sunday, leaving the close-knit community of Beauregard in mourning.This storm brought the highest tornado death toll in the United States since 2013, according to the National Weather Service.The victims’ ages range from 6 to 89, according to the coroner.At least seven of the victims were from two families who are related by marriage and lived a few houses apart, Coroner Bill Harris said Tuesday.Armondo (AJ) Hernandez, 6Charlotte Ann Miller, 59David Dean, 53Emmanuiel Jones, 53Eric Jamal Stenson, 38Felicia Woodall, 22Florel Tate Stenson, 63Henry Lewis Stenson, 65Irma Gomez-Moran, 41James Henry Tate, 86Jimmy Lee Jones, 89Jonathan Marquez Bowen, 9Maggie Delight Robinson, 57Mamie Roberts Koon, 68Marshall Lynn Grimes, 59Mary Louise Jones, 83Mykala Waldon, 8Raymond Robinson Jr., 63Ryan Pence, 22Sheila Creech, 59Taylor Thornton, 10Tresia Robinson, 62Vicki Braswell, 69Those killed lived in roughly a one-square-mile area of the town of Beauregard, a resilient, community-oriented town of roughly 9,000, said Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones.Preliminary reports indicate the deadly twister reached an EF-4 category with winds estimated at 170 mph.As of Tuesday, about seven to eight people remained unaccounted for, said Jones.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more