WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A woman has been arrested for driving under the influence after she allegedly struck and killed a young woman with her vehicle in southwest Wichita late Tuesday.

Sedgwick County booking records show Trisha Greer of Derby was arrested for a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence. She's since been released.

The incident happened just before 11 p.m. near 55th Street South and Hoover. Witnesses say the car was driving without headlights on at the time of the incident. 

A family member identified the victim as 18-year-old Bethany Ziad. The sheriff's office said her legal name is Bethany Aillen Callista Leggio. She died at the scene.

Bethany Ziad (Facebook)

“I turned around and she just got hit and she went flying. Another girl that did CPR on Remone, she went to do CPR on her and I called 911 and I heard her last breath and felt her last pulse,” said Chris Norris, Remone's friend. 

Lt. Nathan Gibbs with the sheriff's office said a group had gathered in the area to create a memorial for 16-year-old Remone Halabi, who was killed in a motorcycle crash there early Sunday morning. 

“He was the most pure-hearted person I’ve ever met, literally," said Saige Gregory, Remone’s girlfriend. 

Tuesday there was a gathering of more than 100 people at Watson Park for a balloon release in memory of Halabi and afterward a group of friends moved to the vigil at the crash site to build a bonfire. Bethany had just arrived and was walking northbound across 55th Street when she was hit by a red Ford Escape. 

"I didn't know her but I respect her for coming out there for that and now I'll do the same for her. I mean I didn't know her but I'll never forget her," said Norris.

That makes two deaths in the same location within a matter of days.

Additional charges have not been announced. The investigation is ongoing. 

Memorial at 55th and Hoover for Remone Halabi near where Bethany Ziad was killed.