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Eleven years after the terror attack, the New York City medical examiner's office has formally identified the remains of a woman.
The New York City medical examiner's office has identified the remains of another 9/11 victim.
Fox News reported Anna A. Laverty, 52, of Middletown, New Jersey, was identified thanks to advances in DNA testing.
Bone fragments found in the original recovery at Ground Zero were retested, according to a spokeswoman for the medical examiner.
The New York Times reported Laverty lived with her husband and daughter in Middletown.
She worked as a legal secretary at the Fiduciary Trust Company in 2 World Trade Center.
Fox News said in 2006, it was announced that more than 6,000 bone samples would be retested, due to advances in DNA techniques.
The identification of Laverty takes the total number of World Trade Center victims identified to 1,634. The remains of more than a thousand victims have either not been identified or were not found.