OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - JUNE 02: Flash flooding leaves a massive sinkhole on Route 62 June 2, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A series of tornadoes ripped through the area on the evening of March 31st causing flash flooding, killing at least nine people, injuring many others and destroying homes and buildings. Credit: Getty Images
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Four more deaths are being attributed to the tornadoes and flooding last week in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma medical examiner's office said Monday that 18 people died as a result of the powerful storms that swept through the Oklahoma City area late Friday. The previous death toll had been 14.
Spokeswoman Amy Elliott says the dead include 12 adults and six children. Seven remain unidentified.
The National Weather Service says five tornadoes touched down Friday, along with heavy rain that caused widespread flooding. Some victims have been difficult to find because their bodies floated away.
Among those killed were storm chasers Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and colleague Carl Young. They were killed in the tornado that struck El Reno.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department says a 34-year-old woman remains missing.
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