A police car hit an Indian student in America; died
Sacramento, January 28 (Hussan Ladoa Banga/Punjab Mail) – An Indian student was hit hard by a police car in Seattle (Washington), after which she died. The 23-year-old student was a resident of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The student has been identified as Janhvi Kandula, who was a student of the university campus in South Lake Union. She was walking near Dexter Avenue North and Thomas Street when the accident happened. Police admitted her in critical condition to Harbor View Medical Center, where she died a short time later. According to the information received, at around 8 o’clock at night, police officers at the request of the Seattle Fire Department SUV. He was taking a patrol vehicle when an accident occurred on the way. The police have not mentioned the name of the officer in the released statement and have only said that there is no hesitation in believing that the officer did not intentionally cause the accident from the preliminary investigation. Seattle Police Department spokesperson Detective Valerie Carson has said that Kandula’s death will not be investigated and the officer involved will not be placed on leave. Kandula’s mother is an elementary school teacher in Adoni (Andhra Pradesh). Kandula was supposed to complete his master’s degree in information systems in December this year.