CHICAGO (CBS) — A man has been charged in connection with a crash that killed a woman in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.

Ammar Hussain, of Lincolnwood, faces multiple charges including murder, fleeing the scene of an accident and eluding police.

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Authorities said they were trying to stop him earlier in the week when his license plates came up stolen. He ran a red light trying to get away.

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Hussain’s car slammed into a taxi near the intersection of Grand and Dearborn. The impact of that crash caused the taxi to hit two people on a sidewalk.

66-year-old Diana Lampsa was riding in the back of the cab. She was taken to Northwestern Hospital where she died.

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Her taxi driver suffered minor injuries. The two pedestrians on the sidewalk both had broken legs.