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Bharti Shahani, 22, died on Wednesday night from the injuries she sustained at the Astroworld Festival, according to the Associated Press.
Bharti was a shining star in the community, attorney James Lassiter said during sa press conference, AP. She was her sister, daughter, who was about to graduate from Texas A&M with high grades.
Hundreds more were injured by the crowd surge during Scotts performance on Friday night. A 9-year-old boy has filed a lawsuit against the musician and live Nation.
The AP reported that Shahani studied electronics engineering. What happened to him? I want my baby back. I'm empty here, said his mother, Karishma Shahi, in the news conference.
During this difficult time, the sister of Shahani started a GoFundMe page to help pay for medical expenses. Bharti is the light of our lives and we are all praying for her full and speedy recovery, said Namrata Shahi in the page. "We greatly appreciate the donations and ask everybody to keep Bhartis and our family in their prayers."
The other eight victims of the tragedy ranged in age from 14 to 27 and included a dancer, an aspiring border agent, sexy student athletes, computer programming students, AT&T district manager, marketer and two best friends.
Scott pledges to cover funeral costs for the victims, as well as reimburse all festivalgoers.