Argument Over Assigned Parking Space Leaves Florida Mother of 2 Dead

Police in south Florida are looking for the driver of a vehicle that struck and dragged a 57-year-old woman after an argument over an assigned parking space at the woman’s apartment building.

Hialeah Police said Olga Fernandez was killed on February 13 by an unidentified man driving a dark-colored 2014-2016 Toyota Corolla (L or LE Model), WPLG reported.

Police said that Fernandez’s 24-year-old daughter came home  that evening and found someone parked in her assigned space, neighbors told the station.

Fernandez went outside went out to investigate what was happening apparently got into an argument with the man. He drove at her, striking her, dragged her into the street, and fled.

The mother of two was pronounced dead at a hospital.

The neighbors said that Fernandez worked at a gas station across the street from the apartment.

Vehicle that struck Ogla Fernandez/Hialeah Police Department

Surveillance video released by police shows the moments before the drive struck her.

“I don’t know what could have possibly been said in that confrontation to lead this person to decide to put their car in drive and take someones life like that,” said Hialeah Police Lt. Eddie Rodriguez.

Anyone with information is asked to call Hialeah Police at 305-687-2525 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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[Featured image: Olga Fernandez/WPLG screenshoot]