LAC-MEGANTIC, Quebec — Police have recovered two more bodies in the wreckage of a runaway oil train’s explosive derailment that killed 50 people in a Quebec town.

Provincial police Inspector Michel Forget said Monday that 37 bodies have been recovered and 13 remain missing.

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The coroner’s office says two more bodies have been identified, bringing the total of those identified to 11.

The unmanned train hurtled down a seven-mile (11-kilometer) incline on July 6, derailed and ignited. All but one of its 73 cars was carrying oil, and at least five exploded, destroying the downtown of Lac-Megantic.

The train was owned by Montreal, Maine & Atlantic railway.

Parish priest Steve Lemay says a memorial mass for the victims will be on July 27.