Police are searching for a hit-and-run driver involved in a fatal crash.
The crash happened Friday night on Florida's Turnpike near Southwest 200 St.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, all three vehicles were traveling northbound when one car hit a Nissan Pathfinder.
The impact caused the Pathfinder to lose control and hit a third car.
The passenger in the Pathfinder, Elizabeth Sanchez, 37, was pronounced dead at Kendall Regional Medical Center.
She had two teenage children and was the primary caregiver for her mother, who is undergoing chemo therapy.
"You run over a cat and dog, you stop. How do you take off, how do you leave," said Guido Gala, the father of Sanchez's two children. "I can be a dad but I can't be a mom."
Bryan Echevarria, 29, was driving the Pathfinder.
He was taken to Kendall Regional in serious condition.
The driver of the third vehicle was not hurt.
Police say the driver that started the crash took off.
His car is described as light colored, possibly a Chrysler PT Cruiser with damage to its left side.
If anyone has information about this crash, call Florida Highway Patrol or CrimeStoppers.