Latest Incidents

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

June 19, 2018  –  
Louisville, 
Kentucky, 
USA
Prashanth Kukade, A young software professional, a native of Pune, India was killed in a fatal automobile accident. According to the preliminary investigation revealed PK was riding a motorcycle collided with a car and was pronounced dead at the scene. TEAM Aid, Kentucky coordinators are trying to assist PK’s family and friends.
June 12, 2018  –  
College Station, 
Texas, 
USA
Deepak, A recent graduate student found dead on railway tracks. The cause of death is yet to be found. He hailed from a small village of Andhra Pradesh. TEAM Aid coordinators have assisted the family to perform a cremation in the Houston area as the mortal remains were not in an acceptable condition to transport to India. We assisted the family in obtaining emergency visas to attend the cremation of their son.
June 6, 2018  –  
Irving, 
Texas, 
USA
A 60-year-old visiting parent seriously fell sick. As the hospital lost hope of saving him, the worried family approached TEAM Aid for assistance to transporting him to his native place Bangalore, India. TEAM Aid volunteers have assisted the shocked family members and made all the necessary arrangements to send her back to India.
June 2, 2018  –  
Lake Monroe, 
Indiana, 
USA
T. A.Arya, a 26-year-old, recent graduate student from India is missing in Lake Monroe, Indiana. An unexpected thunderstorm swept away one of the three members on a small boat.  While the rescue team on the search, the family approached TEAM Aid for assistance.  We made all arrangements and sent his mortal remains to his home town, Hyderabad, India
June 2, 2018  –  
Scarborough, 
Maine, 
USA
A 53-year-old, visiting parent suddenly passed away at his daughter’s home. His family and friends contacted TEAM Aid’s help. We are guiding the family and making arrangements to transport Mr. RCR to Secunderabad, Telangana State, India.
May 30, 2018  –  
San Ramon, 
California, 
USA
Mr. D. Amin, an Indian tourist visiting California, passed away with a massive heart attack. The devastated family sought TEAM Aid’s help. We are guiding the family and making arrangements for a local cremation. TEAM Aid is able to save the family thousands of dollars and made the process seamless.
May 25, 2018  –  
Meramar Beach, 
Florida, 
USA
Shashank, A 28-year-old software engineer was killed by a sudden riptide of the ocean at Miramar Beach, FL. TEAM Aid, coordinators assisted the family and friends, made arrangements to transport him back to his hometown, Hyderabad, India. TEAM Aid followed all the process until he reached home on June 1, 2018.
May 4, 2018  –  
New Brunswick, 
New Jersey, 
USA
T.S. Akash found deceased on Rutgers University campus and the circumstances of his death are still under investigation at this time. Akash’s family contacted TEAM Aid for assistance. TEAM Aid made all arrangements and contributed to religious cremation in New Jersey. TEAM Aid coordinators also attended the services.
April 28, 2018  –  
Methuen, 
New Jersey, 
USA
40-year-old Inbaraj Vedasagayam of Methuen, NJ passed with a heart attack in the early hours of this morning. TEAM Aid coordinators are assisting his wife, brother in law in arranging a wake in Edison and sending him back to his hometown Chennai.
April 19, 2018  –  
Sanramon, 
California, 
USA
A 27-year-old graduate student is suddenly fell sick and was diagnosed with two failed kidneys. Shocked friends and cousin called TEAM Aid for assistance. TEAM Aid provided guidance with the help of the CFO of the largest Dialysis clinical company in the USA. The student safely left to India for kidney transplantation.

Team Aid volunteers are located around the world and are ready to provide invaluable service and support for those experiencing crisis situations.

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