Texas A&M student injured at Astroworld dies


By JUAN LOZANO, The Associated Press

HOUSTON (AP) – A 22-year-old high school student who was seriously injured at the Astroworld festival in Houston has died.

Lawyer James Lassiter said Bharti Shahani died on Wednesday. Family members told Houston TV station KTRK that Shahani is studying electronic systems engineering at Texas A&M University and is due to graduate next spring.

She is the 9th person to die after festival-goers rushed on stage on Friday night when headliner Travis Scott took the stage.

Hundreds more were injured in the melee. A criminal investigation into the deaths of Astroworld is underway.

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