The Albuquerque Police Department gathered Friday morning to honor a young woman killed after an officer crashed into her.

Ashley Browder, 21, died in 2013 when Sergeant Adam Casaus sped through a red light at Paseo Del Norte and Eagle Ranch, hitting her car.

Casaus spent 90 days in jail for careless driving and was fired from the department.

Friday, the chief and other officers took part in a memorial run to honor Browder.

They gathered for a moment at a roadside memorial at the crash site. 

“The Browder family has exhibited such great courage in terms of making this something positive and move forward and honor their daughter,” said Chief Mike Geier.

APD settled with the Browder family for $8.5 million. 

Part of the agreement required new driving training for APD cadets.