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Bellaire mother and her 2 daughters die in Waller crash

Bellaire resident Vanisri Yalamanchili was reportedly bringing her daughter house from Texas A&M College to celebrate an Indian holiday when their car or truck was T-boned in Waller County Sunday.

Yalamanchili, 53,  and Meghana Kodali, 20, have been killed on effect. The young daughter, a 16-year-previous Bellaire Significant Faculty college student, was choose by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann Medical center, the place she died. 

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Bellaire Higher Faculty sent out a discover to households on Monday. 

“It is with deep regret that we notify you about a modern loss to our faculty neighborhood. On Sunday, September 25th, just one of our students died,” the email reported. “This reduction is confident raise a lot of thoughts, fears and queries for our entire university, specially our learners.” 

The relatives was driving residence to rejoice Dasara, a major Hindu competition, in accordance to the India Herald. The father of the girls, Nagendra Kodali, is an anesthesiologist at Texas Children’s Hospital and an assistant professor of anesthesiology at Baylor School of Medicine. He is also chairman of the Telegu Association of North The usa.

His oldest daughter graduated Bellaire Higher University and was attending Texas A&M, according to general public data, as a Brown Scholar and a Countrywide Benefit semifinalists.  She labored with small children with exclusive needs as a camp counselor at Kid’s Affiliation for Maximum Potential. She was also a college student researcher at Texas A&M and a study assistant at Baylor Faculty of Medication, in accordance to her Linkedn profile. 

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The 20-12 months-previous also had a artistic aspect. She wrote poetry for Texas A&M’s literary journal, the Eckleburg Venture. 

The two sisters were the two proficient classical Indian dancers and held a major dance functionality collectively in 2018.

Nikhila Kodali was a junior at Bellaire High and served as the marketing director for a non-earnings advocacy group called Opt for Motion.

The deadly accident took place just after 11 a.m. Sunday at Kickapoo and FM 2920. Yalamanchili was driving south on Kickapoo in Lexus when she allegedly unsuccessful to halt at a blinking pink light, according to the Montgomery County Police Reporter.

A 2022 Chevrolet Silverado traveling east on FM 2920 struck the automobile at “freeway speeds.”

DPS investigated the crash.