2008_11_LIsuv.jpgPolice are looking for the driver of an SUV who left the scene of an accident that killed a 29-year-old woman and injured her 6-year-old son late Friday afternoon in Inwood. Victoria Cuadros was walking her son Nicholas home from school just before 5 p.m. when they were struck by the vehicle turning at what neighbors say is a notoriously bad intersection. Those on the scene say Cuadros was able to speak after she was hit and they believed she would pull through, but she passed away after being helicoptered to Nassau University Medical Center. Her son, who only suffered minor leg pain from the crash, has not yet been told of his mother's death. At Max's Pizza where his father works, a sign was up in the window yesterday that read "Closed for Mourning." Police, along with friends and family of the victim, are pleading for the driver to turn themselves in.