NEW YORK (AP) _ A new Web site for relatives of Sept. 11 victims has a list of missing which had not been previously released.

The site _ _ was set up along with a telephone hot line for families to see if they need to provide additional DNA samples to help identify remains of their loved ones.

Ellen Borakove, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner's office, said the list was posted as part of the office's takeover of the DNA collection, which had been maintained by the police department.

So far, medical examiners don't have enough DNA from toothbrushes, hairbrushes and other items submitted by families, officials say.

Borakove said she did not know how many files were incomplete. Of the 2,870 people reported missing at the trade center, the remains of only 692 have been identified, according to city figures released Monday.

Terry Strada, 39, said her heart sank when she called the hot line and was told the razor she submitted after the Sept. 11 attack did not hold enough of her husband's DNA.

``For four and a half months, I thought what I gave had been processed. I thought up until this point that my husband wasn't identified because they hadn't found him,'' said Strada, whose husband, Thomas, 41, worked for the bond firm Cantor Fitzgerald. ``The truth is, he could be found and hasn't been identified because they don't have the right sample.''