9/11 victim identified almost 18 years after World Trade Center attack; more than 1,100 have yet to be identified

Remains of more than 1,100 of the people killed in the World Trade Center in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, roughly 40 percent, have not yet been identified, reports Aliza Chasan of WPIX 11.

Today, the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner announced that a woman has been identified via DNA testing. She is the 1,644th person identified of the 2,749 people killed in New York in the terrorist attacks. [Please note that this article uses the incorrect number of victims, saying 2,753.]

At the family’s request, the woman’s name is being withheld.

Another victim of the attacks was identified in June, 2019. The last ID before that was in July, 2018.

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