The names of the last three victims were released by the NYPD early Wednesday morning. The youngest was 2 years old.
The victims' identities were confirmed through what a source in the medical examiner's office described to ABC News as "a deliberate but steady forensic process."
The victims ranged in age from 2 to 50 years old. All died from accidental smoke inhalation.
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Now relatives are relying on faith more than ever as they gather for prayer and support.
Ishak Drammeh was working a construction job in Ohio over the weekend, and now he is mourning the death of his wife, two daughters and a son.
Other victims include Lehman College student Sera Janneh and a husband and wife overcome while trying to evacuate from the 18th floor.
The families of loved ones must decide whether to bury their loved ones in the U.S. or in Gambia while others worry about the impact on grieving relatives back home.
Here is the list of victims:
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