By Peter D'Oench

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – One of the two women sent to the hospital following a Monday morning hit-and-run crash in Miami has passed away.

According to police, two vehicles collided just before noon at NW 3rd Street and NW 11th Avenue.

READ MORE: Miami-Dade Launches Building Blocks Fund For Affordable Housing

“There was a white Range Rover that was traveling southbound on NW 11th Avenue when the red vehicle, which was occupied by two females, was traveling eastbound on 3rd Street when that white SUV truck blew past the stop sign striking that vehicle that hit an additional four vehicles that were parked on the side of the road,” said Miami Police Officer Kiara Delva.

Miami Police Officer Mike Vega added, “The vehicle ran the stop sign at a high rate of speed. They continued through the intersection hitting the victims’ car and knocking their car half a block down.”

The two women in the red car, both in their 60s, were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital in serious condition.

Late Monday night, Miami PD announced that one of the victims, identified as 63-year-old Mayra Sanchez, passed away.

READ MORE: Saturday Is 'Kids To Park Day', Get Outside, Have Some Fun

After the crash, the driver and two passengers in the Range Rover fled on foot.

Delva also told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench that the three males who fled on foot are between 17 and 20 years old. She said at this time they do not have a good description of them.

A neighbor, Zoraine Vichot, said, “The people that drive like that shouldn’t be driving because they put other people’s lives in danger. I feel really bad for the women and their two families. My heart goes out to them.”

Investigators are looking for surveillance videos and any other information that will lead them to the Range Rover’s driver.

Anyone with information that can help police should call them or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (8477). There is a reward of up to $1,000 and callers will remain anonymous.

MORE NEWS: Florida Man Who Killed Co-Worker Over Affair Gets Life In Prison

Miami Police say they have seen an increase in the past few years in the number of hit-and-run accidents.

Peter D'Oench