A 22-year-old woman was killed after being thrown off of a motorcycle and then run over by drivers in two separate vehicles on the Belt Parkway. Police are now looking for the first driver who fled the scene.

According to the NYPD, at around 10:29 p.m., a Yamaha motorcycle operated by a 28-year-old man, with a 22-year-old woman as passenger, was going west on the Belt Parkway when the rider apparently "lost control in a curve and struck the center median causing the operator and passenger to become separated from the vehicle and were laying in the left lane." Then, police say, a white minivan driver tried to swerve to the right, but hit the passenger who was lying on the ground. That motorist fled.

A second driver in a Honda minivan reportedly tried stop but was unable to do so and ran over the passenger again. The Honda's driver remained at the scene.

The passenger, identified as Sade Eversley, died at the scene. The motorcycle's operator is in the hospital in stable condition. The Post reports that Eversley had "just met" the motorcyclist "and accepted a ride on his bike."