MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A woman accused in a deadly hit-and-run crash in Hialeah faced a judge Thursday morning.

Natasha Boothe, 21, is facing several charges, including first-degree murder.

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The crash happened last Friday near West 12th Avenue and 35th Street.

According to an arrest report, 42-year-old Norkys Acosta held onto the hood of a van she was trying to stop from leaving for eight blocks until she fell off and was hit by the van.

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“The Victim was able to escape and walk in front of the gold Chrysler van… to prevent to driver from leaving. The Subject then accelerated towards “The Victim” who avoided being run over jumped and grabbed herself on the hood area. The Subject did not stop, The Subject sped off and drove out of the parking lot with “the victim” still hanging on top of the vehicle’s hood area holding on,”the report read.

Boothe was later arrested following a line-up where witnesses identified her.

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She remains behind bars on no bond.