• May 17, 2017

Venkataramana Tangerala Killed, Bhaskar Vadali, Naga Remani, Vladimir Torres Injured in South Brunswick, NJ, Accident

South Brunswick, NJ -- May 11, 2017, Venkataramana Tangerala was killed, Bhaskar Vadali, Naga Remani, Vladimir Torres, and others were injured in a car accident.

According to reports release by the South Brunswick Police Department, the fatal collision took place just before 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of US Highway 1 and New Road.

Police officials reported that 37-year-old Remani, from Plamo, TX, was driving a Chrysler along southbound US 1. In that vehicle were 61-year-old Tangerala, 66-year-old Vadali, and three other passengers.

Officials stated that as Remani attempted a left turn onto New Road, the Chrysler crossed paths with a northbound Mazda driven by 27-year-old Torres. This lead to a near head-on collision.

As a result of the collision, Tangerala was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for intensive care. She died later that night. Vadali, Remani, three passengers from the Chrysler, and one passenger from the Mazda were all taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries said to be non-life-threatening.

No particular factors were reported as contributing to the accident. Police continue their investigations.

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