The Latest: Sri Lanka native ID'd as van attack victim

A women fights back tears at a memorial along Yonge Street, Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Toronto, the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, st...
Ozra Kenari, center, places flowers as she cries at a memorial for the victims along Yonge Street the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, s...
Flowers and signs fill a memorial along Yonge Street Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Toronto, the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, striking ...
Farzad Salehi consoles his wife, Mehrsa Marjani, who was at a nearby cafe and witnessed the aftermath when a van plowed down a crowded sidewalk, killi...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks about yesterday's incident involving pedestrians being struck by a van in Toronto, in the Foyer of the House of Co...
Police cars remain parked outside of of the Toronto area home of Alek Minassian in Richmond Hill, Ont., on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Minassian, accused...

A women fights back tears at a memorial along Yonge Street, Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Toronto, the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, st...

Ozra Kenari, center, places flowers as she cries at a memorial for the victims along Yonge Street the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, s...

Flowers and signs fill a memorial along Yonge Street Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Toronto, the day after a driver drove a van down sidewalks, striking ...

Farzad Salehi consoles his wife, Mehrsa Marjani, who was at a nearby cafe and witnessed the aftermath when a van plowed down a crowded sidewalk, killi...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks about yesterday's incident involving pedestrians being struck by a van in Toronto, in the Foyer of the House of Co...

Police cars remain parked outside of of the Toronto area home of Alek Minassian in Richmond Hill, Ont., on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Minassian, accused...

TORONTO (AP) — The latest on a van attack in Toronto which killed 10 people and injured 14 (all times local):

12:30 p.m.

A Buddhist temple in Toronto has identified one of the victims of Monday's van attack as Renuka Amarasinghe (am-uh-ruh-SEEN'-yuh).

Mahavihara Buddhist Meditation Centre chief monk Ahangama Rathanasiri Thero (AN'-guh-mah Rah-than-ah-SEER'-ah THEER'-oh) says Amarasinghe was a Canadian citizen who came to the country from Horana, Sri Lanka. She was 45 and lived with her 7-year-old son.

Amarasinghe worked at school cafeterias and came to the temple frequently, sometimes helping arrange religious ceremonies. Friend Thilina Pelendage says she was known for her humorous nature and for never forgetting people's birthdays.

Pelendage says another family in Toronto's Sri Lankan community with whom Amarasinghe once lived plans to care for her son and that she had no other family in Toronto.

The temple will make funeral arrangements.

Toronto police say the 10 people killed and 14 injured in the attack were "predominantly" women.