Police are still searching for a driver who fled on foot after slamming a Lamborghini SUV into a sedan, killing a 54-year-old Ozone Park woman who was taking an Uber ride to visit relatives on Christmas Eve, NYPD said.

Around 7:10 p.m. Thursday, Ritawantee “Rita” Persaud was a passenger inside a 2018 Toyota Camry heading east on Rockaway Boulevard. The driver of a Lamborghini Urus SUV was heading westbound on Rockaway Boulevard and smashed into the Camry making a left turn onto 103rd Avenue, police said.

The driver of the Lamborghini flipped the vehicle and then fled on foot, while an unidentified 26-year-old female passenger was left behind with head and spinal injuries.

The Uber driver, an unidentified 50-year-old man, was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center with head and leg injuries, where he was listed in stable condition. The Lamborghini passenger was also taken to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition. Police did not have further updates on their conditions Saturday.

Persaud was pronounced dead at Jamaica Hospital Thursday.

Her family and community in Ozone Park held online memorials to mourn the loss of their beloved “Aunty Rita” who was just a few blocks from her home when she was killed, PIX-11 reported.

Persaud, an accountant, was called a “pillar” of her community and honored for her leadership at her temple Shaanti Bhavan Mandir in Ozone Park where she was the director of the youth group.

“She won the hearts of many, many children because she dedicated her life to a lot of childrens’ activities in the temple,” her friend Sandra Sankar, who grew up with her in Guyana together, told the Daily News.

In particular, Persaud’s love of music and her singing talents were celebrated.

“This is a great, great loss for the Hindu community, the Indian community, and musicians as a whole. She will be greatly missed," her friend Ganesh Orillal told NBC-4.

Police said Saturday there have been no arrests made, and the NYPD Highway District's Collision Investigation Squad was investigating. They did not release further details about the identity of the Lamborghini driver including gender, but several outlets have reported the driver was male.

At least 239 people have died from traffic-related crashes in New York City in 2020, marking the deadliest year for traffic fatalities since the start of Vision Zero program under Mayor Bill de Blasio.