Remains of another 9/11 victim identified in NYC
NEW YORK (AP) — Remains of another 9/11 victim have been identified.
The New York City Chief Medical Examiner's Office announced Friday that it had identified remains of Karol Ann Keasler.
She was 42 when she died in the terrorist attack a decade ago. She worked in the World Trade Center at investment bank Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc.
The new identification was made when officials retested remains gathered during the initial recovery efforts.
More than 2,750 people were reported missing in the attack on the twin towers. The newest identification brings the number of victims to have some portion of their remains identified to 1,633.
Another 1,120 never had any remains recovered.