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Woman who died in crash identified as 21-year-old Texas A&M student

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
COLLEGE STATION, TX (KXXV) -

College Station police said that a 21-year-old Texas A&M student is dead after a major accident Monday evening. Caroline Killian was from Irving.

Police said that three vehicles were involved in the accident at the intersection of Harvey Mitchell Pkwy and Holleman Dr., south. 

Officers said that a Honda Pilot was traveling north on Harvey Mitchell Pkwy., approaching Holleman Dr. The second vehicle, a maroon Honda Accord, stopped at the light on Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. facing southbound.

The Honda Pilot had the green light and turned left on the inside straight lane. The Honda Pilot struck the Honda Accord on the passenger side of the vehicle, and then the Accord hit a black Mercedes SUV who was also stopped at the light. 

The driver of the Pilot was transported to the hospital and was released. The passenger of the Pilot was brought to the hospital with incapacitating injuries. The driver of the Mercedes was not injured. 

Police said the driver of the Accord sustained non-life-threatening injuries, but his passenger, Killian, was pronounced dead at the hospital. 

The driver of the Accord was issued a citation for failing to yield right of way.

The area was closed for four hours after the crash. 

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