MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Memphis police are looking for two people that were involved in a deadly crash late Tuesday night.
Officials told us one of the cars in the crash was stolen over the weekend in Berclaire.
The victim said her emotions are still disturbed from having to stare down the barrel of a gun and her car stolen.
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Still in fear for her life and the possibility of retaliation, she asked we protect her identity.
"He not only hurt me, he hurt a lot of other people,” the woman said.
Wednesday morning, she learned her 2012 Honda Civic was involved in a deadly Tuesday night crash on Chelsea and Warford in North Memphis.
Memphis police told FOX13, after the crash, the driver of the stolen car and a passenger ran from the scene.
Three other passengers in the stolen car were left behind.
One of them died, the others still receiving medical attention.
The driver of the other car is listed in critical condition.
"It could’ve been avoided if there was a little bit more security,” the woman said.
The woman said she was carjacked Saturday in the driveway of a friend who lives in the 3800 block of Grey Street.
"Just took him to the grocery store and come back and go home but it happened another way,” the woman said.
FOX13 learned at least two of the people in the stolen were juveniles.
We have not learned if anyone in the stolen car will face charges.
FOX13 is still working to learn from police the suspect information on the two who left the scene after the crash.
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