Those killed are identified as Kimberly Finnegan, Anne Bryan, Borbor Davis, Juanita Harmon, Mary Simpson and Roseline Conteh.
Those injured were identified as Susan Randall, Betty Brown, Shirley Ball, Linda Bell, Jennifer Reynolds, Nadine White, Margarita Agosta, Richard Stasiorowski, Rosemary Kreutzberg, Rodney Geddis, Felicia Hill, Daniel Johnson and Myra Plekan.
Action News spoke to family and friends of Finnegan, 35, of Bucks County and Davis, 68, of Darby
"She was a fiancee and a good friend to a lot of people and a good person," said a friend of Finnegan, Heather Sizemore.
Davis was on her first day of work at the Salvation Army store in the 2100 block of Market Street.
A neighboring building under demolition collapsed onto the thrift store.
Borbor Davis was also an employee at the store.
"He is very quiet and kind. He goes to work every day, he never misses a day," said Davis' wife, Maggy.
The William Penn Charter School said Byran, 24, was a 2007 graduate.
The school said she was shopping at the Salvation Army store at the time of the collapse.
One of the injured, Plekan, a 61-year-old woman from Kensington, was pulled from the rubble late Wednesday night, about 13 hours after the collapse.
She was rushed to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where she is listed in critical condition.