Urushi Madani Obituary, How Did Quinnipiac University grads, Urushi & Delanie Died?

Urushi Madani and Delanie Fekert Death – Obituary in Moderation: Two Quinnipiac University graduates, Urushi Madani and Delanie Fekert both 25-years-old and of, New York, were pronounced dead after sustaining life-threatening injuries from a ghastly vehicle accident on Saturday, October 08, 2022.

The 2021 Quinnipiac grads completed the university’s physical therapy program, which starts with undergraduate studies and continues through graduate school, Kosior said. we learnt about this sad occurrence through a publication made by The Quinnipiac University Physical Therapy Department on Their official social media handles on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, the statements read below;

It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of recent QU DPT alumni, Delanie Fekert and Urushi Madani. Delanie and Urushi were beautiful members of the class of 2021 and our QU PT family. Their smiles were contagious and will continue to shine bright for all who knew them.

As our QU PT community mourns these unfathomable losses from afar, we send our deepest condolences to Delanie and Urushi’s family and friends. Their tragic and accidental passing leaves a hole in all of our hearts. Both will forever remain QU PT Bobcats. #quinnipiacPT #quinnipiac #quinnipiacuniversity #physicaltherapy

“Those two were inseparable,” said Ken Kosior, chair of Quinnipiac University’s department of physical therapy. “They were always looking toward what was ahead and … always kind of asking the right questions and being present. Both very intelligent and bright young women with a huge future ahead of them,” he added, calling their deaths a “tragic loss” for Quinnipiac’s physical therapy community.

Madani’s adviser, Tracy Wall, described both as “bubbly” with bright personalities — something that explained why they were drawn to be friends. “They both had like the most infectious smile,” said Wall, who serves as the program director for the Physical Therapy Department at Quinnipiac.

Fekert was an Irish dancer. Both enjoyed spending time with their friends, Wall recalled. “They were just very bright shining stars,” Wall said. “They were just very interested in learning, not just about PT, but about everything.” “They truly enjoyed life,” she added.

Kosior said he had both students in class and found them to be “really inquisitive, attentive, you know, engaged.” “They were always people that wanted to know what was next and wanted to ask the right questions.” he said. “They had their paths and they were supporting each other along the way and had a wonderful experience at Quinnipiac,” he said.

Their class endured the pandemic, the death of the program’s former chair and the death of a fellow student in 2021, Kosior said. “Our faculty and current students had yet again another loss with another tragedy for this group of people who have endured so much,” he said.

Fekert was employed at Peak Performance Physical Therapy, a New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based clinic in the Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy network. Former classmates and coworkers at Ivy Rehab, including clinical director Jennifer McNaughton, described her as kind, compassionate, talented and passionate about her profession.

“She brought out the absolute best in both her patients and colleagues alike, and we will honor her every day in our practice as well as our everyday lives,” the group said. “Delanie had a long, successful career ahead of her, as did Urushi Madani,” they added. “Our QU family has lost two beautiful souls who will be deeply and sorely missed.”

How did Urushi Madani and Delanie Fekert Died ?

Police reports according to The Massachusetts State Police Department officers confirmed that both Urushi and Delanie, were killed Saturday after the ride-share vehicle they were passengers in was rear-ended by a tow truck on Interstate 93 in Boston.

Massachusetts State Police said Madani and Fekert were riding in the backseat of a 2007 Lexus RX400H heading north on I-93 around 10 p.m. Saturday, when the car “slowed for reasons still under investigation” south of Exit 20 and was rear-ended by a tow truck.

The agency said both Madani and Fekert were trapped inside the Lexus and were pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the ride share vehicle, a 53-year-old man from Revere, Mass., was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious injuries, state police said. The driver of the tow truck, a woman from Salem, Mass., was not injured and remained at the scene, according to state police.

Tributes

Urushi & Delanie’s passing will undoubtedly leave a tremendous void. It will take longer for a chasm to bridge between family and friends. Without a doubt, people’s memories of Urushi & Delanie’s death will endure forever. Social media user; Mike Hannon, also shared the sad news in another online statements on Monday. The statements reads below;

Remembering Delanie Fekert who has tragically died in Boston when a tow truck rear-ended the uber in which she was riding with dear friend, Urushi Madani, who also passed away (pictured with Delanie below). Delanie was daughter of Mary Lou Browne-Fekert and Jim Fekert and only sister of Raegan Fekert and graduated from Quinnipiac University only last year. She is also survived by her aunts Colly Flower and PA Browne to whom we send our deepest sympathy. Mike and Ann Hannon xx

Funerals and Burial Arrangements

As a result of the many well-wishers who have sent their heartfelt condolences, Urushi & Delanie’s family is receiving a lot of emotional support. They are praying for the deceased’s soul to find peace while also offering their condolences to the grieving family.

The family will make its announcement on Urushi & Delanie’s burial arrangements. Details about the obituary, funeral, and life celebration will be made public by the family and loved ones at the appropriate time. We’ll do our best to keep you informed about these.