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LISBON, Portugal – Authorities say a 12-month-old baby and two foreign women were among the 13 people killed when a huge oak tree crashed down on an outdoor religious festival in Portugal's Madeira Islands.
Miguel Reis, a local health official, says the foreigners killed in Tuesday's accident were a 42-year-old French woman and a 31-year-old Hungarian woman.
Madeira is a popular European vacation destination.
Reis told a news conference Wednesday in Funchal, Madeira's capital, that seven people, including two children, remained hospitalized of the 49 who were injured in the accident. The children are a 2-year-old French child and a 14-year-old Portuguese.
Reis said officials hope to conclude autopsies in the accident by the end of the week.