Details on the more than 100 victims of superstorm

Nov 3, 2012, 9:53 PM

(AP) – The storm that was Hurricane Sandy has killed at least 106 people in the United States as of Saturday afternoon. Available details on the deaths, as reported by local and state officials:


_ Olga Raymond, 90, Mansfield, falling tree.

_ Russell Neary, 55, Easton, falling tree.

_ Brian Bakunas, 34, Milford, drowned.


_ Man, 74, Pasadena, falling tree.

_ Woman, Germantown, car accident.

_ Man, 50, Annapolis, falling tree.

_ Man, 80s, Oakland, natural causes while shoveling snow.


_ Eugene “Rusty” Brooks, Lincoln, landslide.


_ William Sword, 61, Princeton, falling tree.

_ Richard Everett, 54, and wife Elizabeth, Randolph, falling tree.

_ Joseph Godleski, 69, South Hackensack, drowned.

_ Bobby McDuffie, 47, Newark, drowned.

_ Bruce Latteri, 51, Jefferson, falling tree.

_ Fletcher Fish, 77, Hawthorne, falling trees.

_ Woman, Atlantic City, heart attack during evacuation.

_ Man, Edison, likely carbon monoxide.

_ Sisters, 19 and 20, Newark, carbon monoxide.

_ Elderly woman, Jersey City, oxygen machine failed.

_ Elderly woman, Summit, fell down dark stairs.

_ Man in Brick found dead in flooded house.

_ Man, 43, Asbury, falling tree.

_ Woman, 70, and man, 73, Willingboro, house fire.

_ Man, 55, New Brunswick, presumed carbon monoxide.

_ Man, Little Egg Harbor, found dead in destroyed home.

_ Woman, 84, Middlesex Borough, fell down dark stairs.

_ Woman, 94, Lacy, drowning or hypothermia.

_ Man, 71, Stafford, drowning or hypothermia.

_ Man, Hunterdon County, injured during cleanup.


New York has more deaths than any other state, mostly in New York City. The death tally of 40 in the city, as of Saturday afternoon, is based on information released by police; descriptions below are based on individual reports released by local or state officials. Officials have said the death toll may be revised. Victims include:

_ Brothers, 2 and 4, Staten Island, washed from mother’s arms and found dead in marsh.

_ Man, 30, Queens, falling tree.

_ Woman, 23, Queens, electrocution.

_ Woman, Queens.

_ Off-duty police officer, Staten Island, drowning.

_ Girl, 13, Staten Island.

_ Man, 55, Manhattan.

_ Woman, 75, Manhattan, power went out to respirator.

_ Man and woman, ages unknown, Brooklyn, falling tree.

_ Man, 50s, Manhattan.

_ James Rossi, 85, Staten Island, drowned.

_ Man, 89, and woman, 66, Staten Island, drowned.

_ John Miller, 39, Suffolk County, falling tree.

_ Safar Shafinoori, 84, Roslyn, falling tree.

_ Boys, 11 and 13, killed by falling tree.

_ Man, 54, Yonkers, car accident.

_ Doreen Richardson, 69, Ulster County, blowing debris.

_ Man, Pearl River, falling tree.


_ Claudene Christian, 42, ship sinking off coast.

_ Robin Walbridge, 63, ship sinking off coast.

_ Jody Alan Davis, 25, near Dobson, car accident.

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_ Woman, east of Toledo, car accident.

_ Man, 22, Putnam County, car accident.


_ Man, 66, carbon monoxide

_ Woman, 48, Lower Macungie Township, carbon monoxide

_ Man, 86, Berks County, carbon monoxide

_ Woman, 90, Upper Merion, carbon monoxide

_ Man, 93, Upper Macungie Township, hypothermia

_ Woman, 82, Honesdale, suicide after tree fell on her home

_ Woman, 88, Beach Lake, fell down dark stairs.

_ Woman, 86, South Whitehall Township, hypothermia.

_ Boy, 8, Susquehanna County, falling tree limb.

_ Man, 62, Berks County, falling tree.

_ Alice Hynes, 81, Rockwood, car accident.

_ Robert Mills, 17, Wind Gap, falling tree.

_ Man, Lancaster County, fell while trimming tree.

_ Kathryn Griffin, 64, and mother Helen Markett, 95, Bensalem, house fire.


_ Keith D. Fordham, 52, and Michael T. Overton, 51, Richmond, car accident.


_ Woman, 71, Webster County, found under snow.

_ John Rose Sr., 60, Barbour County, falling tree limb.

_ Nancy Hedrick, 41, Tucker County, car accident.

_ Woman, 88, Raleigh County, hypothermia.

_ Woman, 68, Preston County, health emergency.

_ Man, 51, Upshur County, carbon monoxide.

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Details on the more than 100 victims of superstorm