An overnight hit-and-run along Route 130 in Pennsauken that killed a 16-year-old has resulted in the arrest of the alleged driver who fled the scene.

Susan Hyland, 40, has been arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crime and driving on a suspended license, NBC10 has reported. She was allegedly driving her niece’s car when the hit-and-run took place.

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The crash took place at 11:30 p.m. Monday when Quason Turner, a Pennsauken High School student, was struck and killed near the intersection of Route 130 and Browning Road, 6ABC reported.

Hyland’s niece, the owner of the car, reportedly called 911 to alert police of the accident, which allowed authorities to locate the car before using GPS to find Hyland, who unsuccessfully tried to escape on foot from the police, NBC10 added. Her niece has not been charged in connection to the crash.

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Hyland’s bail has been set at $200,000, according to 6ABC.