21-Year-Old Texas A&M Student Killed In 3-Vehicle Accident
On Monday, 21-year-old Caroline Killian died in a vehicle crash that occurred on Harvey Mitchell Parkway. She was a student of Texas A&M.
The vehicle in which Killian was riding collided with an SUV as it took a left turn at Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Holleman Drive. The vehicle had stopped at a traffic light but when the vehicle started moving and turning left, a sports-utility vehicle came in the way that was going northbound and had a green light. The SUV struck the passenger side of the vehicle due to which it collided with another SUV that was stopped on Holleman Drive.
The accident occurred at about 5:45 p.m.
Killian was in her senses when paramedics approached the accident spot and was rushed to a nearby hospital where she died. The individual behind the wheel of the vehicle and the SUV were also taken to the hospital. The individual in the second SUV didn’t sustain any injury in the accident.
The driver of the vehicle, in which Killian was a passenger, was charged for failure to yield to right-of-way.
Alcohol is not believed to be a cause of the accident by the cops but the case is still under investigation.
A post published on social media by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Texas A&M showed that she was a member of the class of 2018. The post read, “Caroline’s death has a profound impact on so many, but we know that she has left a significant legacy for our Student Activities and Texas A&M community.”
On Tuesday, a vigil was held at a park in Irving. Funeral arrangements for Killian are pending.
Any individual with any information about the crash is requested to call College Station police at 979-764-3600.
News Source: www.TheEagle.com