Another victim of deadly Toronto van attack identified

2018-04-28 07:40
The front end damage of the van that the driver used to hit several pedestrians in Toronto, Canada. (Lars Hagberg, AFP)

The front end damage of the van that the driver used to hit several pedestrians in Toronto, Canada. (Lars Hagberg, AFP)

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A high school association has identified another victim of the Toronto van attack that left 10 people dead and 14 injured.

The Loretto Alumnae Association said on Friday that Sohe Chung was one of the victims hit when a van mounted a sidewalk in north Toronto on Monday, ploughing into pedestrians.

READ: Toronto van massacre: What we know

The association said Chung attended Loretto Abbey, a Catholic all-girls high school. Suspect Alek Minassian has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 of attempted murder for driving a van into a crowded sidewalk.

Loretto Abbey also says that another previously identified victim, Anne Marie D'Amico, was also an alumna.

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