A young women was killed in a drive-by shooting as she ordered from a food truck in Phoenix, authorities said.

Destiny McClain, 23, was wounded by a stray bullet from an unknown shooter in a vehicle near the food truck court around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday, news station KPNX reported.

“She loses her life at a taco truck. It makes no sense to me,” her mother, Brenda Gilliam-Miller, told the outlet.

Gilliam-Miller said it was the rare night out for her daughter, who had made plans for just the second time in a year to support a friend going through a divorce.

“She was kind-hearted, she loved everybody. She was very nurturing,” Gilliam-Miller said.

Witness Rafael Martinez said he was leaving a club with friends when gunshots rang out and “everyone started screaming.”

“There were bullets flying they were like phew, flying straight through you, like literally feet from us,” Martinez told the outlet.

Martinez and his friends tried to help McClain by giving her CPR and using their t-shirts to attempt to stop her bleeding, AZ Family reported.

“You are looking at them in their eyes and they don’t know what’s going on. They’re looking in the air like and I’m telling her, ‘You are going to be okay, you are going to make it.’ And then she didn’t make it,” Martinez said.

McClain was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead from her injuries, authorities said.

No arrests have been made in the shooting.

Police said they believe McClain was not the intended target and they’re working to learn more information about the suspect.