Scholarship for Fallen Aggie Endowed

It was six months ago Tuesday that Lindsay Walters died in an incident at the Northgate parking garage.

Thursday, a scholarship that will carry on the Aggie student's legacy was endowed. The parents of the 21-year-old signed the papers to make it official.

Right now, her scholarship in the Mays Business School stands at more than $50,000.

As for the investigation, the Brazos County district attorney's office is reviewing the police investigation, which will then go to a grand jury.

Walters was hit and killed by a truck speeding through the garage early on March 1.

To contact the Mays Business School, click on the link below this story.


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