Road Accident Brings Irreplaceable Loss To TANA Director

Tue Sep 27 2022 12:03:28 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

A deadly road accident in the United States brought an irreplaceable loss to Doctor Nagendra Srinivas Kodali(Vasu), who lost his wife and daughters. Vasu is currently serving as the Board Director of the Non-profit organisation Telugu Association of North America(TANA) which works for the Telugu community living in America.



As per the local American media, the road mishap happened when a car carrying Nagendra's wife and daughters was hit by a truck that was coming from the other end. The three victims are believed to have breathed their last on the spot. Another person sustained serious injuries and breathed last while undergoing treatment at the hospital facility.

It is said that Nagendra's wife Vani and her younger daughter went to pick elder daughter for the holidays. Nagendra's Elder daughter is pursuing her MBBS degree. On their way home, their car met with a serious road mishap claiming three wives. Nagendra could not believe the news and he is crying his heart out.

Condolence messages are pouring in for Nagendra and his family. The members of TANA are consoling Nagendra who is dealing with a painful situation. No words can describe his pain.

Talking about the background of Nagendra Srinivas, he hails from the Krishna district. He is a doctor by profession and he completed an MBBS degree from the government medical college in Guntur.

Dr. Kodali Nagendra Srinivas moved to the United States for further studies and settled in Houston city in Texas. He became a member of the TANA board in 2017 and he has been serving as a member of that body since then.

America is quite different from India and it will be a big task for Telugu people to get adopted to the situations and atmosphere there. To fit in there, the Telugu Association of North America(TANA) was formed back in 1977 and it is called one of the oldest Indo-American organisations working from the land of opportunities, America.

The non-profit organization Telugu Association of North America hosts events annually in the United States and the Telugu community attends the events. The events send a strong message to the Telugu community that they are not alone in America.



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