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Fort Lauderdale airport shooting's fifth victim identified, authorities say

People react to mass shooting at Fort Lauderdale Airport on Friday, Jan. 6, 2017. Inset is alleged gunman Esteban Santiago.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Authorities have identified a woman from Ohio as the fifth person killed in last week’s shooting at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

Broward County spokeswoman Kimberly Maroe released the name of 69-year-old Mary Louise Amzibel of Ohio in an email Wednesday night.

Maroe also confirmed the names of the other four victims, who had already been identified by the media. They are 70-year-old Shirley Wells Timmons of Ohio; 57-year-old Michael John Oehme of Council Bluffs, Iowa; 84-year-old Olga M. Woltering of Marietta, Georgia; and 62-year-old Terry Michael Andres of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Six others were injured where in the shooting. One person was released from the hospital Tuesday evening, according to Broward Health Medical Center, CBS Miami reports. Of the three people who were still in the hospital, two were gunshot victims.

Esteban Santiago briefly appeared in federal court Monday in Fort Lauderdale for federal charges of act of violence at an international airport resulting in death and weapons charges. He could face the death penalty if convicted. 

A detention hearing has been scheduled for next week.