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Update: 16 flash flooding victims identified

Sixteen of the 18 people killed in flash floods along the Little Missouri River were identified Saturday as residents of Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. A half-dozen of the victims were children.
Debris, including stumps and complete trees, that is moving down the main channel of Lake Hamilton, between the sand bar and Hill Wheatley Park (Garland County Sheriff's Department)
Debris, including stumps and complete trees, that is moving down the main channel of Lake Hamilton, between the sand bar and Hill Wheatley Park (Garland County Sheriff's Department)

LANGLEY, Ark. (AP) — Sixteen of the 18 people killed in flash floods along the Little Missouri River have been identified as residents of Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. A half-dozen of the victims were children. Those killed include:

Kinsley Basinger, 6, Gloster, La.

Shane Basinger, 34, Gloster, La.

Julie Freeman, 53, Texarkana, Texas

Leslie Jez, 23, Foreman, Ark.

Gayble Y. Moss, 7, Texarkana, Texas

Bruce Roeder, 51, Luling, La.

Debbie Roeder, 52, Luling, La.

Kay Roeder, 69, Luling, La.

Eric Schultz, 38, Nash, Texas

Nic Shumake, 7, DeKalb, Texas

Robert Lee Shumake, 68, DeKalb, Texas

Anthony Smith, 30, Gloster, La.

Joey Smith, 5, Gloster, La.

Katelynn Smith, 2, Gloster, La.

Kylee Sullivan, 6, Texarkana, Texas

Sherry Wade, age unavailable, New Boston, Texas

 

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