The death toll from Tuesday's tornadoes has increased to 10 after a missing 3-year-old boy's body was found Thursday morning in a pond near his Piedmont home.
Authorities also confirmed the identities Thursday of two young people killed when a tornado struck in Canadian County near U.S. 66 and Courtney Road.
Cherokee Ballard, spokeswoman for the state medical examiner's office, said Miranda Nycole Bishard, 16, and Austin Hall, 22, were among the deceased.
According to relatives, Bishard, of Helena; Hall, of Enid, and another Helena teen, Stephanie Jones, were in a pickup checking on some horses at Hall's parents' home near El Reno when the tornado hit. Jones was injured but survived.
In Piedmont, the search for Ryan Hamil, 3, came to an end when his body was found on the shore of Lake Falcon near his home in Piedmont. His brother, Cole Hamil, 15 months, also was killed in the storm.
The boys' mother, Catherine, huddled with them and an older sister, Cathleen, in a bathtub as the tornado hit their home near Waterloo Road and N County Line. Catherine and Cathleen Hamil were both seriously injured but are expected to recover.
The medical examiner's office previously confirmed Laron Short, 24, of Chickasha, was killed at her mother's trailer home when a tornado blew a neighboring trailer onto her.
Authorities are still trying to identify three others, a man and two women, who were killed in Canadian County near the Calumet exit of Interstate 40. The tornado blew cars off the road and tore other vehicles apart, leaving the highway littered with car parts.
The same tornado killed a 63-year-old man and 58-year-old woman near Cashion in southwest Logan County. Their names have not been released.
All of the deceased except for Short were killed by one massive tornado that tracked 75 miles from near Binger to the Guthrie area.
At least seven tornadoes struck the state Tuesday, and National Weather Service officials said they expect at least four of them will be rated EF3 or higher, meaning winds were at least 136 to 165 miles per hour.
Miranda Nycole Bishard, 16, of Helena
Bishard would have been a junior this fall at Timberlake High School. A cousin said she loved riding horses and going to rodeos.
Austin Hall, 22, of Enid
Hall was a 2008 graduate of El Reno High School who had been dating Bishard since October. According to his Facebook page, he had recently moved to Enid and was working as a roughneck for Cactus Drilling.
Don Wesley Krug, 71, of Hooker
Krug was a farmer and retired in April as a county maintenance worker. He was a deacon at his church and taught Sunday school. His retirement plans were to spend more time visiting his grandchildren.
Joan Krug, 67, of Hooker
Krug was a homemaker and mother of four daughters. She had 12 grandchildren. She and her husband, Don Krug, were on their way back from a graduation ceremony in Oklahoma City.
Sharon Dodd, 58,
Dodd was a wife, mother and grandmother. She is described by family as creative and caring. Dodd died at her residence when she moved from a safe place to rescue her dogs.
Terry Peoples, 50,
Peoples was in a pickup along Interstate 40 near the Calumet exit when a massive tornado crossed the highway and sucked him out of his pickup. He was found in a tree about 60 feet from where his truck landed.
Billy Leeper, 64,
A Vietnam War veteran, Leeper was fleeing the storm with his wife and son when he was swept up by the tornado.
Laron Short, 24,
Short was a recent graduate from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. She returned Monday from a five-month trip to Australia and was staying at her mother's mobile home when it was hit by a tornado Tuesday.
Ryan Hamil, 3, of Piedmont
Ryan Hamil was thrown from the bathtub inside the home where he was huddled with his family into a nearby pond. Rescuers searched for him until his body was found Thursday morning.
Cole Hamil, 15 months,
Cole Hamil was in a bathtub with his brother, sister and mother at the family's home in Piedmont when a massive tornado tore the house apart and threw him 50 yards.
Contributing: The Associated Press