Woman who died in Alaska fire was Indonesian national

    Authorities have identified the woman, along with three people injured in the fire.

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Authorities have identified a woman who died in a fire at a remote Alaska fishing lodge as a 59-year-old Indonesian national.

    Three other foreign nationals were injured in the blaze Thursday at the lodge at Uyak Bay on Alaska's Kodiak Island.

    Troopers identified the woman who died as Silvana Sutanto. The injured are identified as Indonesian nationals, 30-year-old Shaun Gozali and 22-year-old Danielle Gozali, and 33-year-old Taeri Kim, a South Korean national.

    Shaun Gozali was listed in satisfactory condition Tuesday at Seattle's Harborview Medical Center, where Danielle Gozali was in serious condition. Kim, whose condition was not immediately available, was treated at a Kodiak hospital.

    The Straits Times says Sutanto was a businesswoman living in Singapore who had been visiting the lodge. The Singapore newspaper says those injured in the fire are Sutanto's children.

    Troopers say the fire investigation continues.

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