A tragic new video captures the moment a mother and daughter were murdered by a car that ran a red light — and you can see how fast the driver was going.

The dramatic footage shows Laticha Bracero and her adult daughter, 21-year-old Alyssa Cordova, walking through a crosswalk on early February 14 — shortly after Drake’s concert in St. Louis — when a car suddenly enters the frame, blowing through a red light and sideswiping another car before running them over.

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It all happens in a rush, and we’ve paused the video to avoid showing the terrible moment of impact, but make no mistake… Bracero and Cordova were destroyed.

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Obviously, the deadly occurrence is utterly horrible — and worse, it occurred just a few blocks away from the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis, where the women had just left a Drake show… the second night of his two-show run in town.

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According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the mother died at the scene, while her daughter died later in the hospital.

According to cops, the alleged driver, 22-year-old Monte Henderson, was blowing red lights and speeding in a Jeep Cherokee before knocking over the women and injuring numerous other pedestrians. They found him and arrested him shortly after that.

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Henderson has been charged with two counts of armed criminal action and involuntary manslaughter. Cops say he was speeding at more than 70 mph; it’s unknown why he was traveling so fast… but he has supposedly since bailed out of jail.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a judge supervising his case dismissed prosecutors’ request to keep him locked up, citing a threat to the community, and allowed him to be released on $20,000 bail. He has now been released from jail.

The mother and daughter were reportedly from Chicago and had gone to St. Louis specifically to see Drizzy. A GoFundMe page has been set up in their name to help with burial preparations and other expenses.