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These are the Iran plane crash victims with ties to Toronto

Dozens of passengers on the crashed flight that killed 176 people in Iran on Wednesday called Toronto home.

63 Canadians are among the dead in Wednesday's crash, including dozens who were headed to Toronto

Clockwise from top left, Shadi Jamshidi; Reera Esmaeilion; Iman Ghaderpanah and Parinaz Khajenoori; Evin Arsalani and her one-year-old daughter, Kurdia. (Hamid Mehr/Hamed Esmaeilion/Houtan Seirafan/Evin Arsalani)

Dozens of passengers on the crashed flight that killed 176 people in Iran on Wednesday called Toronto home.

CBC Toronto has confirmed the identities of the following 33 victims who had ties to the GTA.

  • Mojtaba Abbasnezhad

  • Rahmtin Ahmadi

  • Mahsa Amirliravi

  • Mohammad Hossein Asadi-Lari

  • Zeynab Asadi-Lari

  • Evin Arsalani

  • Asghar Dhirani

  • Behnaz Khoei Ebrahimi

  • Parisa Eghbalian

  • Mohammad Mahdi Elyasi

  • Reera Esmaeilion

  • Iman Ghaderpanah

  • Parinaz Ghaderpanah

  • Mahdieh Ghassemi

  •  Farideh Gholami

  • Suzan Golbabapour

  • Saharnaz Haghjoo

  • Sadaf Hajiaghavand

  • Zahra Hasani

  • Elsa Jadidi

  • Shadi Jamshidi

  • Bahareh Karamimoghadam

  • Hiva Molani

  • Kurdia Molani

  • Arnica Niazi

  • Arsan Niazi

  • Farhad Niknam

  • Razgar Rahimi

  • Jiwani Rahimi

  • Neda Sadighi

  • Mohsen Salahi

  • Mohammad Salehe

  • Sheyda Shadkhoo 

  • Alina Tarbhai

  • Afifa Tarbhai

  • Arad Zarei

  • Maya Zibaie

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