Remembering 9/11 | NYC identifies remains of two more victims nearly 22 years after terror attacks

Two more victims of the 9/11 attacks on New York City have been identified just days before the city marks the 22nd anniversary of the day of infamy, Mayor Eric Adams and Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jason Graham announced on Friday.

The remains of the victims, a man and woman whose names aren’t being released by the city at the request of their families, mark the 1,648th and 1,649th individuals lost in the terror attacks on the World Trade Center who have been identified by the city’s Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME), according to the mayor’s office. The man and woman were not first responders, according to a City Hall spokesperson.