TULSA - The death toll from Oklahoma's recent round of winter weather now stands at 11, according to the State Medical Examiner's office.
Those who died ranged in age from five to 85, including three children in all.
One man's remains have yet to be identified; he died in a fire sparked by a propane stove in Westville.
At least four people died in wrecks, including the five-year-old boy.
The other two children died as a result of drowning after falling through ice into frigid water, one in Tulsa and one in Claremore.
The Sunday death of a Tulsa man in a house fire has also been attributed to the winter storm.
It's possible other fatalities might be attributed to the storm as the state continues to recover from the winter blast.