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Police release more names of deceased Tuesday 8th March

Police release more names of deceased Tuesday 8th March

8 March, 2011 - 16:34

Police are able to release the names of a further 13 people who died in the earthquake. They are:

Henry Ross Bush, 75 of Christchurch
Helen Margaret Chambers, 44 of Christchurch
Susan Patricia CHUTER (corrected: not Chuters), 52 of Christchurch
Philip Graeme Reeve Coppeard (corrected: adding first name), 41 of Christchurch
Estelle Marie Cullen, 32 of Christchurch
Marielle Falardeau, 60, of Canada
Normand LEE (corrected: not Norman), 25 of Christchurch
Adrienne Isobel Lindsay, 54 of Christchurch
Kelsey Sinitta Moore, 18 of Christchurch
Jillian Lesley Murphy, 48 of Christchurch
Taneysha Gail Prattley, 5 weeks of Christchurch
Desley Ann Thomson, 32 of Christchurch
Siriphan Wongbunngam, 27 of Thailand

ENDS

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