Police were searching Sunday for a man responsible for a six-vehicle, chain-reaction accident in Northeast Philadelphia late Saturday night that killed two people and injured five others.

The man behind the wheel of a 2019 Chevy Camaro was speeding down Bustleton Avenue about 11:48 p.m. Saturday when his vehicle struck a Lexus stopped at a red light at Red Lion Road, police said. The Camaro then drove into the intersection and hit a Mitsubishi Endeavor, causing it to flip over and collide with a Toyota Sienna. The Sienna then struck another car, which struck a sixth car.

Police say the driver of the Camaro, described as a dark-complected man in his early 20s wearing a black suit and white shirt, got out of his car and fled the scene in a white Lexus. Five other people were taken to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital for treatment.