A seven-year-old girl has died from injuries sustained in a horrific crash in Fairfax City Tuesday that had already claimed the lives of her sister and mother, police said Thursday.

Victoria Williams, of Cross Junction, Va., succumbed at Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax City police said Thursday. Dejon L’Air Williams, the girl’s mother, and Faith Williams, 5, her sister, died soon after the accident on Lee Highway, police said.

Dejon Williams was speeding excessively when her Honda Civic swideswiped a vehicle as she was passing it, struck a median and then ran into a turning minivan shortly before 11 p.m. Tuesday, police said.

The driver of the minivan, 38-year-old Hamidullah Nabizada, of Woodbridge, remains in critical condition at the hospital.

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