MALIBU (CBSLA) – The coroner’s office Monday released the names of an 83-year-old woman and her son whose bodies were found in Malibu the day after the Woolsey Fire broke out.

Anthony Noubar Baklayan, 57, and his mother, Shoushan Baklayan, died Nov. 9 in the 33100 block of Mulholland Highway, according to the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.

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The two were found in a burned-out SUV on a long driveway. Authorities believe they became disoriented amid the flames.

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Anthony Baklayan’s cause of death was listed as “effects of thermal injuries,” while his mother’s cause of death was deferred, according to the coroner’s office.

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The Woolsey Fire also killed a third victim. Family members identified him as 73-year-old Alfred Deciutiis, a retired physician whose body was found Nov. 14 in his burned-out home in the 32000 block of Lobo Canyon Road near Agoura Hills.

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The 96,949-acre Woolsey Fire – which broke out Nov. 8 in Ventura County and quickly spread into Los Angeles County – also injured three firefighters and destroyed 1,643 structures and damaged 364 others.

The blaze was fully contained Nov. 21.

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