A woman and her daughter who were sitting in the backset of a sedan were killed when an SUV barreled into them last night in Bayside, Queens. Police say the SUV was speeding and had crossed over into oncoming traffic.

According to the NYPD, they responded to the crash on 210 Street between the Horace Harding Expressway and 64 Avenue just after 6 p.m. They found a wrecked Ford Explorer SUV, whose 46-year-old driver was injured, and a 2005 Toyota Camry carrying five people. Susana Ha, 42, who was sitting in the backseat with her two daughters, was killed, as was her 10-year-old daughter Angelica Ung. The eight-year-old daughter was in critical condition, and Ha's parents—her 74-year-old father was driving and her 67-year-old mother was in the front passenger seat—were also injured.

The Post reports that the Camry's driver, Jun Ha, "was heard moaning: 'Oh, my God, my grandchildren, my grandchildren. Are they dying? They’re hurt — oh, my God.'"

The NYPD's Highway Patrol Collision Investigation Squad said that the SUV "was traveling northbound on 210 Street at an unsafe speed and did veer to the left for an unknown reason crossing the double yellow line and struck the left side rear of [the Camry]. After [the SUV] struck [the Camry] it continued northbound on 210 St. mounting the sidewalk and striking a tree stump, continuing on the sidewalk and striking a fire hydrant. No arrests have been made."

A source told the Post, "The SUV may have hit the speed bump at an excessive rate of speed, crossing the double yellow line and crashing into the other car."

The police are continuing to investigate.