2 Women Killed, 1 In Critical After Hit-and-Run

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say two women are dead and a third is critically injured following a Tampa Bay area hit-and-run crash.

St. Petersburg police say a four-dour Chrysler 200 was driving the wrong way down a street early Thursday morning when it crashed into a Saturn with three female occupants.

Officials say two of the women — 23-year-old Briana Lequinda Campbell and 21-year-old Jamesia Chera Santoria Lang — remained in the burning car and were pronounced dead at the scene

The woman believed to be the Saturn’s driver, 25-year-old Grace Lashawn Collier, was found lying about 15 feet in front of the car. She was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition.

Authorities are still looking for the Chrysler and any other occupants.

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