Sioux Falls Police have released the name of the woman killed in a crash on Sunday.
Police say Angel Stevens, 43, of Sioux Falls died when she was hit by a van at a Salvation Army car show.
47-year-old Lois Two Bulls is accused of being behind the wheel when she drove through a parking lot and across a street, hitting three pedestrians just before 6 p.m. Sunday.
Stevens was killed when she was pinned between the van and a tree. 13-year-old Skyler Burchardi has a broken pelvis, jaw and a concussion after being thrown into the building by the impact. The third person who was hit walked away with only minor injuries.
Authorities say Two Bulls didn't have a license or insurance. Her defense attorney says she has a seizure disorder and Two Bulls told police she doesn't remember the crash.
Two Bulls is being held on a $50,000 bond. She has been charged with second degree manslaughter.
Two funds are set up to help the Stevens family. A memorial account is established at all First Premier Banks in Sioux Falls; donations can be made to the "Angel Stevens Benefit Account." A GoFundMe site is also accepting donations.