Kissimmee, FL (May 5, 2019) - A 66-year-old pedestrian is dead following a crash over the weekend.
According to authorities, Kenneth Livingston attempted to cross Orange Blossom Trail, near Pleasant Hill Drive, when he was struck by an oncoming vehicle. Livingston was in a marked crosswalk when he was hit by the vehicle. Police said that the vehicle did have a green light in its direction of travel when the collision occurred. Livingston died at the crash scene from his injuries. The driver has not been identified at this time.
Police are still looking into the crash and it is not clear whether any charges will be filed.
On any given day, there will be approximately two fatal pedestrian crashes in Florida. Investigating officers will initially decide how the crash occurred and also whether the accident could have been prevented. Pedestrian crashes take place for a variety of reasons, including driver impairment, distraction, speeding or other violations of traffic laws, and pedestrian error.
At this time, there is not enough information available to determine how this crash occurred. Our thoughts go out to the family of Kenneth Livingston in this fatal Kissimmee crash.
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