An out-of-control Porsche driver killed a pedestrian and injured three others last night in Elmhurst, Queens, before fleeing the scene, police said. The multi-vehicle crash took place last night at about 6:30 p.m., and this morning police announced the arrest of 56-year-old Irene Lee as the suspected hit-and-run driver.

According to the NYPD's investigation so far, the suspect lost control of her vehicle on the Horace Harding Expressway service road near the intersection of Junction Boulevard, and jumped the sidewalk, striking a cyclist and pedestrian. Police say that she then fled the scene of that crash and promptly collided with two vehicles who were waiting for the traffic light to change.

When the Porsche came to a stop, police say that the driver—initially described as a male, though Lee is female—fled the scene once more, this time going north on Junction Boulevard. The Daily News reports that Lee later had second thoughts and returned to the scene, where she was arrested.

"We just heard a boom, like a car flying, and I just have to wonder, 'Oh my God, what's going on?,' then everybody's shouting," Isatou Harding, who witness the crash, told NBC.

The 21-year-old female pedestrian, 26-year-old female cyclist, and 46-year-old male driver of the Mini Cooper that the Porsche struck were all transported to Elmhurst General Hospital, while the 26-year-old driver of the green cab also struck by the Porsche was treated for injuries at the scene. The pedestrian, who had sustained head trauma in the crash, succumbed to her injuries last night, and the cyclist, whose head and shoulder were severely injured, is reportedly in critical condition. The driver of the Mini Cooper sustained only minor injuries and is stable.

Lee has been charged with running a red light and leaving the scene of a crash resulting in death. The latter charge is a Class D felony, punishable by up to seven years in prison and/or a fine of up to $5,000.