A Lyft driver and a second motorist are charged with DUIs in a June 8 head-on crash that left a 23-year-old woman dead. https://mp/s/patch.com/illinois/bucktown-wickerpark/amp/27618226/lyft-driver-charged-other-motorist-logan-square-crash CHICAGO, IL — Two people, including a Lyft driver, have been charged with DUI after a young woman was killed in a two-car crash on Friday in Logan Square. WLS-TV reports that according to police, 32-year-old Elizabeth Renter, who was working for ride-share company Lyft, has been charged with a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of a drug. The news report adds that the driver of the other car, 25-year-old Travis Anderson of Tempe, Arizona, has been charged with a felony count of aggravated driving under the influence. Chicago Police say Anderson was driving in the 1600 block of North Humboldt Blvd. when he crossed the center line and hit Renter's car head-on, killing 23-year-old passenger Anudari Bayaraa (pictured), who was identified by the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office. According to the news report, Bayaraa was transported to Stroger Hospital, where she died, while Renter was sent to Mt. Sinai Hospital in serious condition and a 31-year-old man riding in Renter's car was taken to Stroger in good condition. Friends of Bayaraa have created a GoFundMe to raise money for her family to assist with the young woman's funeral and memorial services, in addition to other financial support the family may need during this time. “On Friday, June 8th, 2018, our dear friend Anna passed away during a deadly car accident in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago, IL. She was on her way home in a Lyft Ride Share car when the fatal accident occurred. Both the Lyft driver and the other motorist have been charged with DUI's.” "At only 23 Anna was the most caring friend, sister, and daughter to be taken away so unexpectedly," a friend wrote in the GoFundMe campaign. "She leaves behind her two loving parents, Sukhee Bayaraa and Munkhgerel Luvsantseren, as well as her two younger sisters, Nina Bayaraa and Olivia Bayaraa. She was intelligent, beautiful, and loved by more people than she'll ever know." WLS-TV says Lyft released a statement saying, "We are deeply saddened by this incident. Our sympathies and hearts go out to the loved ones of the driver and passengers during this difficult time. We have reached out to the driver and have been in touch with the passenger's family to offer our full support. We stand ready to assist law enforcement in any investigation." On Friday, police reported that Anderson was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital where he was in stable condition.