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One of the nine people killed by Sunday's bus crash in Oregon was a 57-year-old man from Washington State.
Dale William Osborn lived in Spanaway.
His wife, sue, remains hospitalized in Pendleton, Oregon.
The names of the other eight who died have not been released.
Some of the four men and four women were from South Korea and Canada.
Oregon police are also now saying one of the nine people killed could be a "juvenile female."
The bus was returning to Vancouver on the final leg of a nine-day tour of the Western United States when it lost control on an icy highway and then punched through a guard rail and rolled down a 200-foot embankment.
At least 14 survivors remain hospitalized, including 4 passengers and the bus driver all of whom are from BC.
Others have retrieved their passports and other belongings, so they can finish their journey to Vancouver.
They were escorted by police to the crash site to collect items strewn down the hillside.
Red Cross volunteers are reporting many survivors are too scared to get on another bus, so a nearby car dealer has offered to drive them in smaller vehicles.