Remaining victims of I-75 crash identified

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GAINESVILLE, Fla.,None - The final three of 11 total victims in Sunday morning's deadly I-75 pileup have been identified.

Michael James Hughes, 39,  Lori Lynne Brock-Hughes, 46, and Sabryna Dawn Louise Hughes-Gilley, 17, all of Pensacola, Fla.,  were in a Dodge pickup truck that was crushed and burned along with three other vehicles and two semis on the southbound lanes of I-75.

The death toll was raised to 11 when one of these victims' bodies was found in the charred wreckage Tuesday.  Investigators had turned to anthropologists to help identify the Hughes family.

Those anthropologists had only been given bone fragments and teeth to help with the identification.

A Pensacola memorial service was posted on Facebook by friends of the teenage victim.

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