Identifying Toronto van attack victims could take days

Ontario’s chief coroner is still in the process of identifying the victims of Monday’s van attack in north-end Toronto.Dirk Huyers says the process could take days and is complicated by of the size of the crime scene.The attack took place over a one-kilometre stretch of one of the city’s busiest streets.None of the victims have been formally identified.According to family and friends, the dead include 80-year-old grandmother Dorothy Sewell, Chul Min “Eddie” Kang, a chef and former Mohawk College student and Anne Marie D’Amico, who worked at an investment firm.Ten people were killed and 14 were injured when a van plowed into pedestrians on the sidewalk on Yonge St. Monday afternoon.Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill was charged yesterday with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.An additional count of attempted murder is expected.Minassian has another court appearance scheduled next month.

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