A man has been charged with manslaughter in connection with a deadly hit and run in Queens.

Police say 58-year-old Jairam Budhu is also facing charges of criminally negligent homicide and assault.

They say he turned himself in Tuesday night.

The crash happened around 5 p.m. Sunday.

Investigators say Budhu's BMW X5 sped through a stop sign at the intersection of 115th Avenue and 130th Street in Ozone Park and then slammed into another car.

Forty-year-old Zaalika Rasool was killed. Her 9-year-old daughter was critically injured.

Funeral services for Rasool were held Tuesday morning.

Family and friends remembered her as a dedicated mother of three.

"Family person, very energetic, very humble, very sweet, caring, quiet," said Gibran Deen, the victim's cousin. "Everything a human being should be, this person was, and now, she's not here."

Rasool worked at the city Department of Transportation. The DOT says it's looking into making road changes to make the intersection safer.

Video surfaced on Facebook of a man getting into a car with the same license plate. It shows the man acting belligerently and arguing with another person before entering the BMW.

Police have not confirmed whether the man in the video is Budhu.