Latest Incidents

Here are some of the latest incidents TEAM Aid volunteer coordinators have provided assistance for.

November 10, 2018  –  
Rohit Reddy,  a young Indian male, was shot and died later at the hospital. TEAM Aid volunteers are assisting the family.
November 10, 2018  –  
North Carolina, 
Mr. S.N.P, a visiting parent from India hospitalized with a severe heart attack. Shocked family members sought TEAM Aid’s guidance while Mr. Patnala was struggling for life. We provided moral support and guidance to transport him to India when he died on 11/10/2018.
November 5, 2018  –  
Mr.T.P, a visiting parent from Patna, Bihar suddenly complained of severe chest pain. His family rushed him to urgent care. Despite critical care, he could not survive. TEAM Aid coordinated with the family, funeral home and consulate in sending his remains to India. 
October 23, 2018  –  
New York, 
Dr. A.Singh, a 32-year-old- post-doc research scholar at SUNY, suddenly died with a heart attack. When friends and family become helpless as the insurance company was giving tough time, TEAM Aid stepped in and move things super-fast. Our volunteers traveled hundreds of miles to deliver documents to the consulate and sent Ajay back to his native place Varanasi. We are happy to relieve the family form several days of agony and frustration.
October 17, 2018  –  
Mrs. Praksah, a visiting parent Allahabad, UP, suddenly started throwing up blood and a few minutes later passed away. Paramedics and ER at the hospital could not save her. Her distressed family members called us for help. TEAM Aid volunteers assisted the family in planning for cremation along with Hindu rituals. Our guidance not only eased the family’s distress but also saved thousands of dollars.
October 11, 2018  –  
New Jersey, 
Mrs. Rawat, a visiting parent Uttarakhand, suddenly collapsed with a severe brain stroke. The panicked family called TEAM Aid for assistance. While she is still in a critical condition at the Hospital, TEAM Aid volunteers are providing moral support and assistance. Mr.s Rawat took her last breath early hours on Sunday, October 21, 2018. As soon as we hear about the news we started making arrangements to send her remains to India. She was sent home on October 23, 2018.
October 6, 2018  –  
A 37-year-old, Nataraj,  a software professional suddenly died with a massive heart attack. His colleagues called TEAM aid for help. Telugu Association of Tennessee and TEAM Aid volunteers are assisting the family in transporting Nataraj to Bangalore, India.
October 1, 2018  –  
st paul, 
I am a neuropsychologist, stranded in the USA, having missed a flight at the end of 2018 to visit HIHT Dehradun, India, towards research on CDSS systems and patient infotainment terminals for mental wellness. I lost my way backpacking and have survived two harsh winters, without much money, and have managed to keep my non-profit alive. I am now a graduate student at UMN Twin cities and Hamline University, while I waited two long years for a faculty position or support. I would like to request help in the form of travel grants to visit HIHT Dehradun and several other hospitals in the Indian Himalayas so that I can complete my task of installing and educating the masses across the digital divide. Your funding will help me return to my country, to warmer weather, since housing presently is uncertain in st paul, MN, where I am located. Free Willy, my non-profit can be browsed at and vayu vaidya is at I hold a doctoral degree from UW Madison and a masters from maharishi university of management, I do hope that support is provided towards hardware and travel grants towards my return to India. Thanks Dr Bheemaiah Anil
September 29, 2018  –  
A 28-year-old, Rahul Kumar, Native of New Delhi, a software professional suddenly died with a brain cancer at Brigham and Women’s hospital. Shocked family members who came from India, do not know the procedures of taking him back to India. TEAM Aid stepped in assisting them all the way until Rahul is reached India.
September 29, 2018  –  
San Francisco, 
A visiting patent, Mr. HB Singh, suddenly died at Washington Hospital,  Fremont California. Their family friends sought the help of TEAM Aid. Out local coordinator, Sukhi Chal went and met the family and started assisting them in transporting Mr. Singh back to his native place Chandigarh, India.

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