A 22-year-old Texas A&M student named Bharti Shahani died Wednesday after succumbing to the injuries sustained at the Astroworld tragedy making her the ninth victim in the tragic incident.

“At 6:50 last night, Bharti Shahani lost her battle from the horrific injuries she sustained at the Astroworld festival,” her family's attorney said at a news conference Thursday.

Her father, Bhagu Shahani said all he wants is for his daughter to “get justice” and that he doesn’t want someone else’s daughter “to go like this.”

The tragedy occurred when fans rushed towards the stage when headliner Travis Scott began his performance in NRG Stadium in Houston. Eight other people were killed between the ages of 14 and 27, with 300 injured, including a 9-year-old boy who is in a medically induced coma. Authorities have begun a criminal investigation into the incident.

“Looks like folks are coming out of the crowd complaining of difficulty breathing, crushing-type injuries," one official said over the police radio around 9:21 p.m., according to the audio obtained by the newspaper.

Scott continued performing unaware of the tragic incident that was taking place, according to his attorneys. Authorities were told to shut down the set at around 10:03 p.m. and began giving injured concert-goers CPR.

There is no evidence that suggests Scott encouraged the crowd to get rowdy. Scott said he will provide refunds to those who attended the concert and pay for the funeral expenses of the nine victims. "Over the last week, Travis Scott and his team have been actively exploring routes of connection with each and every family affected by the tragedy through the appropriate liaisons," Scott’s representative said.

In an Instagram post, Scott said that he was “devastated” by the events, adding he could “never imagine anything like this just happening.”