"Senseless," Amanda Eber Hatcher said with a sob.

"This was so senseless. And she was innocent."

Authorities say Hatcher's mother, Debora Eber, was killed Wednesday night when two teens fleeing in a stolen car ran a red light and slammed in to her Chevrolet Malibu along the Beeline Highway near Palm Beach Gardens.

"She was running errands after work," Hatcher said Friday. "She was shopping. She was on her way home. The road she travels every single day."

The 60-year-old medical transcriptionist from The Acreage was married and a mother of three and grandmother of two, with one on the way.

"We want justice served for her," Hatcher said.

Authorities on Friday could not immediately provide an update on either the conditions or arrest status of the 17-year-old male they say drove the stolen car, or a 14-year-old male who was a passenger in the car. Both were taken to an undisclosed hospital after the crash, the driver, also an Acreage resident, with serious injuries and his passenger, of Haverhill, with minor injuries.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's office said no charges have been filed as the agency investigates the crash. Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens police have not yet said anything about criminal charges in the car theft and chase.

The Palm Beach Post is not naming the teens because neither has not been criminally charged as an adult.

According to authorities, a woman left her Acura running as she stepped inside at a gas station in Jupiter, and the teens jumped in the car and drove off. It sped west to Interstate 95, then east on Donald Ross Road and south on Central Boulevard into Palm Beach Gardens, where police there spotted the car on the Beeline moments before it crashed into Eber's car near Northlake Boulevard, police said.

Eber and her husband, Paul, had moved to South Florida in about 1995 from an area of New Jersey not far from Philadelphia, her daughter said.

She said Paul is a mechanic. Debora worked from home as a medical transcriptionist while also raising her three children. When they were older, she took the same position at the North Palm Beach medical office of Dr. Craig H. Lichtblau, working there for 18 years.

"She was an amazing person. Just extremely helpful. Always had a smile on her face," medical office manager Christine Roberts said. "To say that our staff is devastated is an understatement."

Hatcher said funeral arrangements for her mother still were being worked out. She said Debora would be buried in a family plot in New Jersey following a Mass at a church there.

"She was the center of everybody's world. She was the center of our lives," Hatcher said. "She dedicated her life to her family. Always put them first. Family, friends, and every stranger."