By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — The six people confirmed to have died when part of an Amazon warehouse collapsed in a tornado in Edwardsville, Illinois, Friday night have been identified.

The victims are Deandre S. Morrow, 28, of St. Louis, Missouri; Kevin D. Dickey, 62, of Carlyle, Illinois; Clayton Lynn Cope, 29, of Alton, Illinois; Etheria S. Hebb, 34, St. Louis, Missouri; Larry E. Virden, 46, Collinsville, Illinois; and Austin J. McEwen, 26, of Edwardsville, Illinois, according to a release from the City of Edwardsville.

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Officials say the fire department is still working to clear debris from the site and working with Amzaon “to account for all of their personnel.” Anyone who wants to report a missing relative from the incident should contact the Edwardsville Police Department at (618)656-2131. There are currenly no additional reports of missing people.

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Forty-five people who were in the building were reunited with their families at a reunification center, authorities said Saturday. One of those people was airlifted to an area hospital to be treated for injuries, according to James Whiteford, Edwardsville Fire Chief and Incident Commander.

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Six states were hit by the tornados, which scarred more than 200 miles. Edwardsville was one of the worst areas hit, along with parts of Kentucky.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff