A 4-year-old girl died, and a 5-year-old girl was in serious condition after a teenage driver plowed through a preschool playground in Florida on Wednesday.

The accused has been identified as 18-year-old Kiara Morant. The incident took place at the Imagination Station Learning Center Preschool in Arcadia, about 90 miles southeast of Tampa.

According to local media reports, Morant was driving an SUV when she crashed into a fenced playground area where the two girls were playing. The 4-year-old deceased has been identified as Maleena Valdez.

Valdez was described as a “happy little girl," according to Wink News.

Morant was arrested on two counts of driving without a license involving a serious injury or death, which was a felony. She was booked into DeSoto County Jail, and was later released on a $120 bond. It wasn't clear if the accused was under the influence of alcohol or drugs when the incident occurred.

The community in Arcadia is extremely angry Morant was released on such a low bond.

“Our drivers need to do better,” said Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Greg Bueno. “That charge was made and she was booked into the DeSoto County Jail. And that is a felony. You know, there is a death involved. And you’re not driving with a valid license.”

A GoFundMe page set up for Valdez's funeral cost raised $15,300 of its $25,000 goal as of early Friday.

"Maleena was so innocent and pure hearted! She still had so much life to live!" the page read.

"Little Maleena’s mother, Savannah also has another child so the responsibilities won't stop even though she feels like life is at a stand still. We are asking for any help to alleviate even a piece of the burden for her family so that they can take this time to be together and mourn without added stress."

Family members said it was Valdez’s mother’s birthday Thursday.

“It’s a little girl who’s bubbly with a lot of personality and had a lot of life ahead of her, now she’s not here no more,” Ashley Beck, with Beck’s Truckin’ Good BBQ, reportedly said.

Beck is planning to host a benefit for the family on March 26.

The community is holding a vigil for Valdez and the unidentified injured child Friday at the daycare at 8 p.m.

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