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Further Names Released in Christchurch Earthquake

Further Names Released in Christchurch Earthquake

Police have this afternoon confirmed the identities of a further six people who died in the Christchurch earthquake.

They are:

Marina ARAI, 19 (female), of Japan

Valquin Descalsota BENSURTO, 23 (male), of the Philippines

Adrienne MEREDITH, 36, of Christchurch

Yoko SUZUKI, 31 (female), of Japan

Tao WANG, 29 (female), of China

Didem YAMAN, 31 (female), of Turkey

This brings the total number of names released to 129.


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