Cleveland Police are hunting for the person responsible for killing a female driver and injuring two others.
Keyva Jones, also known as Keyva Jones-Mcnary, was driving a 2004 Chevy Venture headed northbound on E. 105th St near Wade Park. The green light gave Jones the right of way.
At that point a male driver of a 1997 Infiniti I30 came speeding through a red light, headed eastbound on Wade Park Avenue.
The driver struck a male pedestrian, who was walking inside the crosswalk at the northwest corner of Wade Park.
The Infiniti collided with the left side of the Chevy van.
After the vehicle came to a stop, the driver got out of the Infiniti without helping his right-front passenger who was also injured, the severely injured pedestrian or Jones, who later died.
He was seen walking northbound on E. 105th St.
Jones was transported to University Hospitals where she was pronounced dead on arrival.
The pedestrian was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center with a broken femur, neck, back injuries and multiple soft tissue injuries.
The 25-year-old female passenger of the Infiniti was transported to MetroHealth Medical Center for neck and back injuries.
Investigators are working to identify the driver who left the scene.
He is described as a heavy set, light complexion black male with a bald head.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Cleveland Police Department.
Jones leaves behind her husband and four children.
The sudden and tragic loss leaves her loved ones wanting answers and the driver held responsible.